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MIRRI-IS Pairwise alignment movie

A new instruction movie showing how to use the pairwise alignment on the MIRRI-IS website has been made available.
See also the list of available instruction movies.

IT Officer position for MIRRI

IT officer position available at the Spanish Type Culture Collection – University of Valencia (CECT-UV), UV Science Park, Catedràtic Agustín Escardino Benlloch, 9, Paterna, Valencia.

Gross salary 38.000 €

The contract will be bounded to the project IS_MIRRI21, funded by Horizon 2020, to implement the Microbial Resource Research Infrastructure (MIRRI).

Official call and procedure to apply: Soon available.
For contact information see below.

Estimated commencement date and duration: From November 2021 to February 2023. Prolongation possible subject to the availability of funds and extension of the project.

REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, Information Systems, or a related field. Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Biotechnology or a related field.

PROFILE OF THE WORKING POSITION
IT officer specialized in programming and database management.

QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS

  • Experience in web development tools (jQuery, Vue.js, Agilent, BootStrap, etc.)
  • Experience in web programming languages (php, Python, javascript, typescript, etc.)
  • Knowledge of cloud services PaaS and SaaS
  • Experience in relational (MySQL, PostgreSQL, etc.) and non-relational (MongoDB, etc.) database management systems
  • Working experience in Internationally Distributed Research Infrastructures in particular, or at least in Research Infrastructures in general
  • Participation in research projects related with biodiversity (preferably) or with Life Sciences (in general) would be an asset
  • Proficiency in English (oral and written)

TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manage the MIRRI applications generated within the project
  • Manage users according to specifications to ensure access and availability of the system resources
  • Give IT support to MIRRI’s Central Coordinating Unit
  • Contribute to the design of an interoperable virtual platform providing the MIRRI service offer, ensuring data privacy and security, in collaboration with the Center for Computer Graphics (CCG) based in Braga (Portugal)
  • Contribute, together with CCG, in the development of a MIRRI virtual platform to compile, prepare, enrich, store and process a large amount of heterogeneous data (different sources and formats), allowing access to data services related to biological material (MIRRI-IS)
  • Contribute, together with the MIRRI ICT team, to export the catalogue data of MIRRI Culture Collection partners to be incorporated into the MIRRI-IS database
  • Act as a link of MIRRI-IS with CECT-UV, CCG and LifeWatch (Spain)
  • Participate in the project’s tasks (assistance to meetings, elaboration of reports, etc.)
  • Willingness to travel to different European cities, mainly to Braga

CONTACT: jmlopez@cect.org

Symposium on Appreciation and Conservation of Microbial Resources

The following event will be held in Spanish!


MIRRI and IS_MIRRI21 will be presented by Dr. Aurora Zuzuarregui from UVEG-CECT on September 8, 2021, at 15:50 CET, at the Chilean III Symposium on Appreciation and Conservation of Microbial Resources.

The agenda can be found at: https://www.cchrgm.cl/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Programa_III_SIMP_VAL.pdf

Free registration is still open. See here.

We kindly ask you to please share this announce with your colleagues who might be interested in participating.

IS_MIRRI21 Newsletter #3 is out!

The IS_MIRRI21 Newsletter #3 has been issued.

Here are some of its highlights:

  • MIRRI receives a delegation from the European Council
  • Four researchers awarded with funded access to MIRRI/IS_MIRRI21 facilities in 2021
  • The Joint Research Unit MIRRI-IT: status and undergoing activities
  • IS_MIRRI21 and MIRRI’s participation in future events
  • Successful launch of IS_MIRRI21/MIRRI two matchmaking events
  • IS_MIRRI21 partners organize a public event for the World Microbiome Day 2021!
  • MIRRI launched its online platform at www.mirri.org

Register today and start receiving your copy of the IS_MIRRI21 Newsletters by email.

IS_MIRRI21 Newsletters intend to present the project to its wide-ranging target audiences and inform them about the relevant activities within the project and the achievements that the consortium expects to go in the direction of MIRRI’s stakeholders’ interests and aspirations.

IS_MIRRI21 challenges the users to communicate with it to continue strengthening the MIRRI community as never before and visit its website and social media to stay updated on IS_MIRRI21’s activities.

See all IS_MIRRI21 Newsletters here.

Up to today, three issues have been delivered and you can reach them singularly:
Newsletter #1
Newsletter #2
Newsletter #3

IT officer position for MIRRI

IT officer position available at the Spanish Type Culture Collection – University of Valencia (CECT-UV), UV Science Park, Valencia.

The contract will be bounded to the project IS_MIRRI21, funded by Horizon 2020, to implement the Microbial Resource Research Infrastructure (MIRRI)

Estimated duration: from October 2021 to February 2023. Prolongation possible subject to the availability of funds and extension of the project. Gross salary 38,000 € / year.

REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, Information Systems, or a related field.
Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Biotechnology or a related field.

Official call and procedure to apply: https://links.uv.es/cect2/IT_Officer

See details in the official announcement leaflet.

CONTACT: jmlopez@cect.org

Webinar “Microorganisms are allies”


Register HERE

The one-hour webinar will be presented by partners and experts from the IS_MIRRI21 project with background in microbiology and biotechnology who will convey the messages based on their field and professional experiences. The event will be a combination of presentations, quizzes and videos with dedicated sessions for the audiences to ask questions and interact with the speaker.
The key objectives of the event are:

  • Present how EU funded projects such as IS_MIRRI21 are supporting the research and innovation ecosystem;
  • Give an overall overview of how culture collections are used to preserve biodiversity and the roles of microbes in the sustainability of the environment;
  • Discuss how microorganisms can be used by each and every citizen to create a sustainable world.

Agenda

11:00  Welcome and introduction to speakers
Tedora Aibu (SPI)
11:05  Demo session: Microbiome and Microorganisms for a Sustainable World
Anna Poli (UNITO)
11:20  Let’s play: Quiz on microbial biodiversity and sustainability
Giulia Cheloni (INRAE), Anna Poli (UNITO), Tedora Aibu (SPI)
11:30  Who we are and what we do in IS_MIRRI21/MIRRI
Tedora Aibu (SPI)
11:35  Culture collections and their role in microbial biodiversity preservation and exploration
Giulia Cheloni (INRAE)
11:45  Open floor: Q&A
11:55  Closing

Contact us
For any additional information, please contact us at Franciscorocha@spi.pt and tedoraaibu@spi.pt.

MIRRI introductory video


We have the pleasure of sharing with you the introduction video for IS_MIRRI21.

The video is available on the IS_MIRRI21 website and YouTube channel.

MIRRI Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda 2021-2030

Putting microbes at the service of society and the bioeconomy

MIRRI discloses its
Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda
for 2021-2030


Braga, Portugal, 25 March 2021

The Microbial Resource Research Infrastructure (MIRRI), a pan-European research infrastructure that brings together over 50 scientific institutions, from 11 countries, has disclosed today its “Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda 2021-2030”.

Under the motto “Microbial resources for a green, healthy and sustainable future”, the Agenda intends to anticipate major trends and opportunities for the valorisation of microbial resources (i.e., microorganisms/microbes and their derivatives) for the sustainable development of society and the economy.

Historically used by humankind for its own benefit (for example, in food processing and preservation processes), microbial resources are today widely used by bioindustries in multiple applications, such as the production of medicines (for example, vaccines and antibiotics), food and beverages, biofertilizers, biopesticides, biofuels, or in the treatment and valorisation of waste and residues.

According to the Executive Director of MIRRI, Luís Soares, “the new Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda reveals MIRRI’s Vision to boost the use of microbial resources by the scientific community and bioindustries, until the end of this decade, in response to some of the greatest societal, environmental and economic challenges that Europe and the World will face, such as those related to the circular economy, human and planetary health, food security and safety, climate transition, decarbonisation or biodiversity”, adding that “MIRRI’s Strategic Agenda can serve as an inspiration for governmental authorities and for other agents of society and the economy in defining policies, programmes and initiatives that can lead to a more sustainable development”.


MIRRI’s Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda 2021-2030 is available for download at www.mirri.org.

IS_MIRRI21 Newsletters

IS_MIRRI21 Newsletters intend to present the project to its wide-ranging target audiences and inform them about the relevant activities within the project and the achievements that the consortium expects to go in the direction of MIRRI’s stakeholders’ interests and aspirations.

IS_MIRRI21 challenges the users to communicate with it to continue strengthening the MIRRI community as never before and visit its website and social media to stay updated on IS_MIRRI21’s activities.

See all IS_MIRRI21 Newsletters here.

Up to today, two issues have been delivered and you can reach them singularly:
First Newsletter #1
Second Newsletter #2

IS_MIRRI21 Transnational access (TNA) Call opens

The first call for proposals from the IS_MIRRI21 Transnational access (TNA) programme opened on the 25th of January 2021

The first call under the Transnational Access programme of IS_MIRRI21 has been launched on January 25, 2021.
This call for proposals invites users from research organisations and companies (in the fields of biotechnology, agro-food, pharmaceuticals, environment, etc.) to apply for funded access to one or several of the 14 IS_MIRRI21 partners facilities across Europe.

The TNA offers on-site and remote access to a wide variety of microbial resources and facilities to conduct scientific studies.
The TNA online portal is now available with full details on the eligibility, access providers, submission and reporting rules and guides, and more.
Applicants are required to contact the access officer (tna@mirri.org) for pre-feasibility evaluation of their projects prior to the submission of the proposal.

The list of services, products and facilities as well as the workflows can be found on the TNA Catalogue.

For more information, visit the TNA PORTAL at: https://ismirri21.mirri.org/project-platforms/tna/.

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