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  • Center for Marine Biotechnology and Biomedicine, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, University of California San Diego

    • ​Located at the world-renowned Scripps Institution of Oceanography, the Center for Marine Biotechnology and Biomedicine (CMBB) is a campus wide UC San Diego research division dedicated to the exploration of the ocean and its connection to improving human health. Research programs focus on marine resources, from genes and molecules to organisms and ecosystems, that hold promise in the betterment of our wellbeing. CMBB scientists investigate a wide range of biotechnologies, from the special properties of deep-sea marine microbes to applications of transgenic “model” marine organisms.

  • Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, Center for Marine Biomedical and Biotechnology Research , Florida Atlantic University

    • ​The primary mission for the Center for Marine Biomedical and Biotechnology Research is to discover marine natural products with utility as medicines or as tools to allow us to better understand the molecular basis of disease.​

  • IUPHAR Natural Products Section

    • ​​The objective of IUPHAR Natural Products Section is the initiation of linkages and discussion between scientists, industry and general public in the promotion of research and educational efforts in natural products.

  • The Center of Marine Science, University of North Carolina Wilmington

    • ​The Center for Marine Science at UNC Wilmington is dedicated to providing an environment that fosters a multidisciplinary approach to questions in basic marine research. The mission of the center is to promote basic and applied research in the fields of oceanography, coastal and wetland studies, marine biomedical and environmental physiology, and marine biotechnology and aquaculture.

  • The Marine Biodiscovery Centre, University of Aberdeen, School of Natural and Computing Science, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK

    • ​The Marine Biodiscovery Centre was established in 2010 and its research predominantly concerns marine natural product chemistry including microbial strain isolation, genome mining, chemical isolation, and structural determination using spectroscopic methods. Scientists in the Marine Biodiscovery Centre engage in exciting projects focused on the discovery of biologically active molecules in a range of disease areas such treatments for parasitic infections, cancer, bacterial/fungal infections, and inflammation.

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