Launched in 2012, the pan-European Microbial Resource Research Infrastructure (MIRRI) is part of the BioMedical Research Infrastructure (RI) ESFRI landscape. Currently more than 40 public biorepositories and research institutes from 19 European countries collaborate to establish MIRRI as an European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC) under EU law.
The vision of MIRRI is to be a unique pan-European high-performance platform adding value to known and yet unknown microbial biodiversity and exploiting novel sources and knowledge to discover and disclose for the bioeconomy and bioscience.
MIRRI will generate solutions to societal challenges by stimulating interaction between academia and bioindustry.
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Access to Microorganisms cultures