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To the Centre of Applied Marine Biotechnology at Letterkenny Institute of Technology. Our mission is to undertake applied marine biotechnology research in collaboration with industry in aquaculture, marine biodiscovery, marine food processing and waste remediation.
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HEA funding approval for antifouling project
In December 2007 CAMBio were informed that their application for funding of €399,793 under the Higher Education Authority Technological Research Strand III Programme had been approved. The project team behind the grant application ... read more icon


April 2008
CAMBio presentations at 100th N.S.A. Conference in USA
Three CAMBio researchers presented their findings at the 100th Centenary ... read more icon
March 2008
CAMBio awarded EI Innovation Voucher
The small enterprise sector has a valuable role ...
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February 2008
New equipment enhances CAMBio research capacity
Over the last 12 months the capability of the ... read more icon
Welcome to new researchers, best wishes to departing staff
CAMBio/Tyndall collaborate on DNA biosensor

5th European Conference on Marine Natural Products

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The Centre of Applied Marine Biotechnology - Applied Research Centre is funded by Enterprise Ireland under the Applied Research Enhancement Programme.