EURAXESS ASEAN is an initiative backed by the EU to promote researcher mobility and cooperation, focusing on the countries in the Association of South East Asian Nations. Their network includes over 7000 researchers and main activities include providing..
The now completed TASCMAR extracts library (EXTLIB) included 189 invertebrate extracts from MACLIB Library (269 specimens), 1208 extracts from the microbial MICLIB library (302 strains), 188 extracts from the mesophotic invertebrates TARMAC library (197 specimens),..
TASCMAR Israeli partners EcoOcean and Tel Aviv University recently organized the first ever online transmission of a TASCMAR collection mission (Eilat, 28/11/17) to 25 elementary school students in a school in Rishon Lezion. The activity was..
The TASCMAR TARMIC (TARget MICrooraganisms) library is now finalized. It is composed of 302 actinomycetes and fungi from marine mesphotic coral ecosystems (30 to 150m depth). Each strain has been grown under the LSF/SPE and..
On 17 October 2017, a group of 22 leading representatives of public and private organisations in Thailand visited the CNRS-ICSN (responsible for coordinating the TASCMAR project). These organisations included public research institutions, such as the Thailand..
The TASCMAR steering committee (group of all work package leaders) met on 27 September, at the Grand Hotel Bernardin in Portorož, Slovenia. The meeting coincided with the 52nd European Marine Biology Symposium, held at the same..
Article provided by Dr Anne Bialecki, Université de la Réunion During a TASCMAR collection mission to Rodrigues island organised in October 2016 by Dr Anne Bialecki of the University of Reunion Island, about 25 sponge..
TASCMAR project partner Pierre Guerin Technologies, leading the development of innovative equipment for microbial cultivation in work package 5, is recognized by the ADI Nouvelle-Aquitaine (Agence de Développement et d’Innovation) as a leader in scientific innovation...
TASCMAR coordinators Prof. Jamal Ouzzani and Prof. Yehuda Benayahu are organizing a Research Topic ‘EU Project TASCMAR – A Springboard for Accelerating the Valorisation of Mesophotic Coral Ecosystems’ in the open-access journal Frontiers in Marine Science as..
The meeting was held in Bangkok on 28-29 August 2017 and included over 60 participants from 10 countries. The organization was led by TASCMAR’s Professor Suchana Chavanich of Chulalongkorn University and main sponsors included the..