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CCMAR at the 2nd PT Microbiome Summit

SP1c| 2nd Microbiome PT Summit

CCMAR took part in the 2nd PT Microbiome Summit with the presence of researchers Veronica Rossetto, Támara Santos and João Varela. They presented a poster entitled ‘Isolation, co-cultivation and benefits of bacteria associated with industrially produced Chlorella vulgaris’ and a presentation entitled ‘Overview of the benefits and challenges of using microbiomes to improve industrial production,’ showing the results of the microbiome associated with microalgae culture, as well as the benefits and challenges in the algae industry. The Microbiome PT network brings together experts in genomics and metabolomics from various European institutions, including the Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência (Portugal), ITQB NOVA (Portugal), EMBL (Germany), CAU (Germany) and UNIL (Switzerland). The overall aim is to create a robust European consortium to improve research into microbe-host symbiosis and promote this vital area of research at local and international level.

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