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Co-ordinators at Bangor University

Research and Innovation actions

Blue Growth: Unlocking the potential of Seas and Oceans


Welcome to Industrial Applications of Marine Enzymes

EU Horizon 2020 Project

INMARE: Innovative screening and expression platforms to discover and use the functional protein diversity from the sea

Contract Nr 634486; Project duration 01.04.2015-31.03.2019; Project Budget: EUR 6.000.000



   INMARE Policy Brief                        INMARE Legacy Booklet                        INMARE Factsheet






A front cover picture was published ( by Rolandas Meskys and colleagues



The H2020 marine biodiscovery INMARE project wants to hear from researchers about how they are adapting to Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) Regulations in Europe.

INMARE partner, the London School of Economics, is carrying out a short survey to establish how researchers are dealing with the implementation of the Nagoya Protocol in the EU, and the impact that this is having on their work.

If you work with genetic resources (nucleic acids, proteins, biochemical compounds, even bioinformatics data..) then this will be relevant to you. Maybe you are a young researcher and didn’t even know about this regulation, in which case you are certainly not alone! INMARE wants to hear from everyone, the more responses we receive, the more robust our findings and the more impact we have.

Don’t struggle in silence! Help us to help you and take this short 15 minute survey and have your voice heard!



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