Societies

Marine Biotechnology is the official journal of The European Society for Marine Biotechnology and The Japanese Society for Marine Biotechnology. Marine Biotechnology is affiliated with The Australia New Zealand Marine Biotechnology Society. 

The European Society for Marine Biotechnology (ESMB)

The ESMB was established in France on 26th April 1995 to promote marine biotechnology in Europe and to promote closer research collaboration between marine biotechnologists. In addition, the development of methods for effective training and education in the field of Marine Biotechnology is being promoted. ESMB members work in all fields related to marine biotechnology. Membership is open to anyone and no membership qualifications are required.

Become a member of the European Society for Marine Biotechnology - find out more

https://www.esmb.org/

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The Japanese Society of Marine Biotechnology (JSMB)

The Japanese Society of Marine Biotechnology (JSMB), using biotechnology as its base, is established with the aim of working towards the scientific understanding and application of new technologies in the field of marine and oceanography. Our goals have not only focused to the extent of research advancements and growth, but we have also played an important role in Japan’s industries and related policies.

JSMB started as the Research Society for Marine Biotechnology in April, 1988 followed by its official establishment as the Society of Marine Biotechnology in May, 1996. the Journal of Marine Biotechnology was first published as the JSMB official journal in January, 1993 and then changed its name to "Marine Biotechnology" in January, 1999.

Become a member of the Japanese Society of Marine Biotechnology - find out morehttp://marinebiotechnology.jp/en/index.html

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The Australia New Zealand Marine Biotechnology Society (ANZMBS)

The Australia New Zealand Marine Biotechnology Society aims to be the primary voice of advocacy and representation for all aspects of marine biotechnology in Australia and New Zealand through developing and engaging in collaborations between scientists, technologists, investors, government, industry and community; informing educators and policy makers; and organising activities for the enhancement of science and exchange of knowledge and technology.

Find out more: https://anzmbs.asn.au/

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