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AgroBRC-RARe infrastructure in the European landscape of infrastructures for biodiversity established by the BiodivERsA network

The European network BiodiVERsA has just published a mapping of research infrastructures on biodiversity and ecosystem services in Europe....
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CIRCLES

The European H2020 CIRCLES project: a research project on micro-organisms for a healthier diet

The CIRM network of the microbial pillar participates in the European Horizon 2020 project CIRCLES "Controlling microbiomes Circulations for better...
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European H2020 IMAGE project

The animal pillar is involved in the IMAGE research project

The IMAGE project for "Innovative Management of GEnetic resources" brings together 28 partners including 4 non-European institutions. Its aim is to...
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@G2P-SOL

European project H2020 G2P-SOL

The H2020 G2P-SOL project (2016-2021) pooled 14 global collections of the 4 major cultivated Solanaceae species.
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Launch of the European project Soil Mission Support (SMS)

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The animal pillar is involved in the development of the new FAO guidelines on cryopreservation of animal genetic resources.

FAO is currently preparing new guidelines on cryopreservation of animal genetic resources. These guidelines will update the 2012 edition in the light...
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@Eugena

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The European catalog of genetic resources EURISCO

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The European network project GenRes Bridge combines 3 pillars of RARe: plant, forest and animal.

GenRes Bridge aims to strengthen conservation and sustainable use of genetic resources by accelerating collaborative efforts and widening capacities...
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 Horizon 2020 European project

The RARe CRBs will participate in the Horizon 2020 European project "CIRCLES"

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