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Association of European Marine Biological Laboratories Expanded

Acroniem: ASSEMBLE+
Periode: 2017 tot 2021
Status: Gestart
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Marine biological stations have offered services and biological resources to science for more than a century. ASSEMBLE Plus will provide scientists from academia, industry and policy with a quality-assured programme of Transnational Access (TA) and Virtual Access (VA) to marine biological stations offering a wide variety of marine ecosystems, unique marine biological resources, state-of-the-art experimental and analytical facilities with integrated workflows, historical observation data, and advanced training opportunities. The goal is to stimulate European excellence in fundamental and applied research in marine biology and ecology, thereby improving our knowledge- and technology-base for the blue economy, policy and education. ASSEMBLE Plus brings together 33 marine stations and institutes with modern research infrastructure and track-records of unique service provision from 14 European and associated countries under the leadership of the European Marine Biological Resource Centre (EMBRC), an ESFRI consortium developed from the previous ASSEMBLE (FP7) partnership. Joint Research Activities involving all partners aim to develop innovative new technologies and/or methodologies to be offered to users through the TA and VA programmes. A coherent series of Networking Activities (NAs) will strengthen the culture of cooperation within and beyond the consortium, providing benchmarks for refined practices of service provision, disseminating interoperable protocols, engaging with novel user communities, and sharing insights into business strategies. The sum of the actions envisaged in ASSEMBLE Plus will ultimately increase the number of users of marine biological stations and shape novel strategic development perspectives, to be based on effective integration and efficient complementarities, resulting in a key contribution to their long-term sustainability.

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  • Algarve ADCP network: Coastal Current Monitoring in the Algarve since 2008, meer
  • Anthropogenic microlitter in wastewater and marine samples from Ny-Ålesund, Barentsburg and Signehamna, Svalbard, meer
  • ARMS 2018 dataset on long-term monitoring and biodiversity assessment of invasive and indiginous hard-bottom communities, meer
  • Bait trials for BRUV deployments undertaken in Ria Formosa Lagoon (Portugal) in May 2019, meer
  • Characterization of the epizoic microbiota of the Mediterranean sea turtles, meer
  • Culture of gilthead seabream cell lines for analysis of mineralisation and differentiation with different minerals: basic measurements, meer
  • Data from the effects of ultraviolet radiation and high temperature on fatty acids composition of Microcystis spp., meer
  • Fatty acids analysis of shrimp in São Paulo, Brazil, meer
  • Fatty acids in the mantle tissue of Mytilus edulis platensis, meer
  • Illuminating adaptive divergence through hybrid zones in Littorina saxatilis, meer
  • Insights from hybrid zones: testing for habitat choice, divergent selection and genomic architecture in Littorina saxatilis adaptive divergence, meer
  • Measuring the circulating levels of transthyretin (TTR) in blood serum of Sparus aurata, meer
  • Role of cyclin-dependent kinase 5 (Cdk5) in ascidian neurogenesis, meer
  • Study of the life cycle evolution of the Mediterranean holopelagic medusa Pelagia noctiluca: embryonic development and metamorphosis, meer
  • The effects on ascidian development of marine pollution from microplastics: basic measurements, meer
  • Transcriptome sequencing data for the heater tissue of Mediterranean Swordfish, Xiphias gladius, meer

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