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Biotoxins monitoring in Montenegro

In the coastal waters of Montenegro, biotoxins monitoring started in 2014 thanks to the support by the Ministry of Science of Montenegro and HERIC project through the BIO-ICT Centre of Excellence work.  Monitoring included shellfish farms in Boka Kotorska Bay by Centre for Eco-toxicological Tests (…

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Monitoring adversity in the vineyard of Friuli thanks to technology

The management of the health status of the vine is the one that has the greatest economic and environmental impact of the crop, and on this topic, there is the greatest need for innovation in order to respond in a concrete way to the expectations of consumers, the population living in wine-growing a…

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Natural biotoxins (phycotoxins) are planktonic algae

Natural biotoxins (phycotoxins) are planktonic algae products that are produced to defence against predators. Bivalve shellfish can accumulate large quantities of biotoxins by water filtration. In humans, these toxins can cause six syndromes: ASP, AZP, DSP, NSP, PSP and VSP (see next paragraph)…

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Italy

Direction and Coordination: Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia Technical partner: Istituto di Genetica Applicata (IGA) di Udine  It is a non-profit research centre with the purpose of carrying out and promoting scientific research in the field of genomics and its applications. It promotes solutions for…

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4Grapes: A free app, able to monitor the main adversity of the vine

After activating a network of shared information among industry professionals, dedicated public bodies and some producers involved in the project, in 2015, a smartphone app was completed and is available for everyone, enabling every manufacturer to monitor the main adversity of the vine. "Monitoring…

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Montenegro

Local Partner: Biotehnički fakultet u Podgorici (The Faculty of Biotecnology of Podgorica, Montenegro) The Faculty of Biotechnology of Podgorica is the oldest research institute in Montenegro. Its experimental unit, the Center for Subtropical Cultures, was founded in Bar in 1937. Immediately after …

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THE PHASES

The FARM WITH SCIENCE project (FWS) involves the collaboration of Italian partners (Friuli Venezia Giulia Region, Institute for Applied Genomics, Trieste Area Science Park) and local partners (Podgorica Faculty of Biotechnology and BIO-ICT- Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics , Faculty of E…

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Observer and the point of reference for the Scientific Committee

CREA, il Consiglio per la Ricerca in Agricoltura e l'analisi dell'economia agraria, (CREA, the Agriculture Research Council and the Agricultural Economics Analysis), represented by Stefano Bisoffi, participates in the second phase of the project with the collecting of scientific contents according…

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Observer and the point of reference for the Scientific Committee

Area Science Park, represented by Stephen John Taylor, Director of Technology Transfer Service of the Consortium for the Scientific and Technological Research Area of ​​Trieste, participates in the monitoring and promotion phase of the project, with the support of the promotional activities of…

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