ABS in a (nut)shell. Complying with the Nagoya Protocol 23 de mar. de 2021

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ABS in a (nut)shell. Complying with the Nagoya Protocol


EBB is the first and most important global initiative for the transnational coordination of marine biobanks.

After more than three years of work, the European Blue Biobank (EBB) project, led by the Marine Research Centre (CIM) of the University of Vigo and, framed within the European Infrastructure to which it belongs, EMBRC (European Marine Biological Resource Centre), held this Tuesday the closing event under the title Symposium on Biobanks and Marine Diversity. It presented results that represent an important legacy to the European marine research infrastructure and to all stakeholders interested in the preservation of marine biodiversity and the sustainable use of ocean resources.

Presenta: Fiz da Costa
Xestor do Proxecto EBB, Centro de Investigación Mariña, Universidade de Vigo
Relator/a: Anne Emmanuelle Kerevella
CNRS - Station Biologique de Roscoff