SEABIOTECH: "From sea-bed to test-bed: harvesting the potential of marine microbes for industrial biotechnology"

Project info
Description: 

SeaBioTech is a 48-month project designed and driven by SMEs to create innovative marine biodiscovery
pipelines as a means to convert the potential of marine biotechnology into novel industrial products for
the pharmaceutical (human and aquaculture), cosmetic, functional food and industrial chemistry sectors.

Coordinating Institute: 
University of Strathclyde
Time Frame
Begin of project (Year): 
2012
End of project (Year): 
2016
Financing
Funding Source: 
EU (FP7)
Budget for IMBBC (€): 
514,149
Involved persons from IMBBC
NameRoleResponsibilities
Role: 
Scientific Responsible
Responsibilities: 
HCMR S.R.
Role: 
Scientific Responsible
Responsibilities: 
WP2 leader
Role: 
Participation
Responsibilities: 
sampling, metagenomes, proteomics
Role: 
Participation

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