Member Organisation

Euromarine Member Organisations

NIB

National Institute of Biology

Nacionalni inštitut za biologijo

General Information

Activity: Research
Country: Slovenia
Tel.:+386 59 232 700
Postal address:
Večna pot 111
1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia
Website: http://www.nib.si/eng

With about 120 employees, the National Institute of Biology (NIB) is the largest independent Public Research Institution for Life Sciences in Slovenia. The Institute was established by the Government of the Republic of Slovenia in 1960. The core activity of the Institute is basic, developmental and applicative research in the fields of biotechnology, biophysics, biomedicine and system biology. The NIB was formed to create new fundamental knowledge in the field of biology and related natural and environmental sciences, transfer this knowledge to use it to improve the quality of life, support environmental policy, and develop biotechnology. Applied and developmental research is undertaken in the fields of marine ecology, terrestrial and aquatic biology, with ongoing work on biosensors, career and training support, marine debris, ballast water management, pharmaceutical residues, and EMODnet.


Euromarine Membership Information

Top Level Organisation

Contact Persons and their EuroMarine Role

Role Period
General Assembly Representative Patricia Mozetič January 1, 2014 - December 14, 2016
General Assembly Representative Andreja Ramšak December 15, 2016 -
General Assembly Representative (Substitute) Andreja Ramšak January 1, 2014 - December 14, 2016
General Assembly Representative (Substitute) Patricia Mozetič December 15, 2016 -
Steering Commitee Member Andreja Ramšak February 9, 2017 -
NUMBER OF INDIVIDUALS REGISTERED IN DIRECTORY: 2

Euromarine Membership History

2016
Full Member
2015
Full Member
2014
Full Member

Involvement in Euromarine Activities

Co-organiser

1