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V EDITION ISSNP: 2th – 7th July 2023

We are glad to announce the 5th edition of the “International Summer School of Natural Products” (ISSNP)
This edition will be hosted by the Grand Hotel Pianeta Maratea (Maratea, Italy).

The school is designed for PhD students and young researchers and aimed to build up a lively scientific community tackling global challenges in the field of natural products.

Strategical objectives will be focused on interdisciplinary and intersectoral learning, networking and cross collaborations.

A combination of lectures, seminars and interactive sessions will provide an immersive and challenging experience and team-based problem-solving activities will help the participants to be prepared for future research studies in these fields.

Applicants will learn from top scientists and professionals.
In order to become a leader yourself, it is very important to learn from leaders. ISSNP attracts experts who are typically busy and rarely available during the academic year.

Applicants will be able to network with like-minded colleagues.
ISSNP is built around specific themes and targets students and researchers who have an interest in and enthusiasm for this special subject, Natural Products. Networks will be constructed throughout the 5 days of school activities, during lectures, seminars and interactive sessions, working in-group.

Registration

To register visit to the Registration Page for the V Edition of the International Summer School on Natural Products (ISSNP) at https://www.issnpschool.org/register-now-2023/

The programme will be available at the link: https://www.issnpschool.org/programme/
Further information is available at the school website: https://www.issnpschool.org/

“BIAGIO ALBERTO DELLA BEFFA” PRIZE

Indena (www.indena.com), in partnership with the International Summer School of Natural Products ISSNP, is pleased to announce the institution of a biennial prize dedicated to the memory of its founder “Biagio Alberto Della Beffa.”

For the second edition of the “Biagio Alberto Della Beffa” Prize, three contest winners will be selected among the next International Summer School on Natural Products edition participants. The prize aims to award and support the professional development of young talented scientists in Natural Product Chemistry.

The prize is directed to Chemists, Pharmacists and Pharmaceutical Chemists possessing at least one of the following title(s)/requisite(s) related to Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences:
• currently attending the 2nd or subsequent year of a PhD course;
• PhD degree achieved in 2021-2023;
• currently attending other postgraduate qualifications;
• postgraduate qualification title.

The three winners will be awarded a Grant of 5.000,00 €, and they will benefit of to a 6-month internship at Indena’s premises, that includes a Managerial course.
The prize will be awarded during the International Summer School on Natural Products, organizes among the 2nd and the 7th July 2023, signifying a closer collaboration between Industry and Academia.

To apply: https://www.issnpschool.org/apply-now/

Deadlines

Registration- Abstract Submission April 17th 2023
Application “BIAGIO ALBERTO DELLA BEFFA” Prize May 15th 2023

Kindly feel free to contact us (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) for any further queries.

Scientific committee

Valeria COSTANTINO, President (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II)
Adele CUTIGNANO (Istituto di chimica biomolecolare, CNR)
Gerardo DELLA SALA (Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn)
Germana ESPOSITO (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II)
Gabriele FONTANA (Indena)
Roberta MARCHETTI (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II)
Luigi MILELLA (Università degli Studi della Basilicata)
Alberto MINASSI (Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale)
Maria Chiara MONTI (Università degli Studi di Salerno)
Mattia MORI (Università degli Studi di Siena)
Vera MUCCILLI (Università degli Studi di Catania)
Giorgia OLIVIERO (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II)
Giovanna ROMANO (Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn)
Valentina SEPE (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II)
Alessandra SILVANI (Università di Milano)

Advisory Board

William GERWICK (Department of Biology and Marine Biology and Center for Marine Science, UNCW)
Chiara GUERRERA (INSERM – Necker Proteomics, Paris)
Patrícia VALENTÃO (Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Porto).

PIR01_00018 - IPANEMA Implementazione del laboratorio naturale ECCSEL di Panarea e dell’osservatorio marino

Il progetto IPANEMA, finanziato dal PON – Programma Operativo Nazionale Ricerca e Innovazione 2014-2020 con la concessione di un finanziamento per un importo complessivo di € 8.786.920,18, prevede l’implementazione del laboratorio ECCSEL NatLab-Italy di Panarea con l’acquisto di strumentazioni all’avanguardia, utili alla determinazione e all’analisi dei principali parametri fisici, chimici, geologici e geofisici, nonché per l'acquisizione di sistemi di campionamento e di analisi in situ, sia tradizionali che innovativi, in modalità continua e sincronizzata. Tali strumentazioni consentiranno ricerche multidisciplinari di eccellenza a Panarea, località parte di un grande strato-vulcano sottomarino quiescente, caratterizzato da faglie tettoniche attive che formano un esteso campo fumarolico emittente CO2, e che è pertanto già stata scelta da OGS per indagare gli effetti dell'incremento dell'anidride carbonica sulle funzioni biogeochimiche ed ecologiche dell'ecosistema marino.

OBIETTIVO DEL PROGETTO

IPANEMA punta al potenziamento di una parte circoscritta dell'infrastruttura pan-europea ERIC – ECCSEL (European Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage Laboratory Infrastructure) dedicata all'avanzamento delle competenze e delle conoscenze nel campo delle geo-scienze applicate e, in particolare, del laboratorio naturale ECCSEL NatLab-Italy di Panarea, parte integrante del nodo italiano di cui il soggetto beneficiario OGS costituisce il capofila a partire dall'anno 2018. Attraverso questo progetto, la sede a terra verrà fornita di nuova strumentazione scientifica da laboratorio e da campo altamente innovativa ai fini del campionamento, l'osservazione in situ e l'acquisizione di dati, così da sviluppare studi multidisciplinari nel campo delle scienze fisiche, chimiche, biologiche e geologiche. Mentre la sensoristica a mare verrà implementata mediante la messa in opera di un nuovo osservatorio sottomarino accogliente sensori, come lo AUV cioè un veicolo autonomo subacqueo ed il ROV guidato invece da remoto, capaci di raggiungere luoghi difficilmente accessibili alle comuni navi da ricerca e porre a disposizione nuove misure da applicare in ricerche inerenti i cambiamenti climatici, l'osservazione oceanica, la pesca e la mappatura degli habitat, l'acquacoltura offshore, l'archeologia marina, l'ecologia degli ambienti profondi, nonché per il monitoraggio ambientale e l’ecosistema.

Il progetto IPANEMA vede la partecipazione di OGS quale soggetto proponente (attraverso il laboratorio ECCSEL NatLab Italy di Panarea e il CTMO - Centro di Taratura e Metrologia Oceanografica quali proprie Unità Operative) e di INGV - Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, INFN - Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare e SZN - Stazione Zoologica "Anton Dohrn" quali co-proponenti.

  • Fondo: FESR
  • Codice progetto: PIR01_00018
  • Asse - Azione: Asse II - Azione Progetti Tematici II.1 - Infrastrutture di ricerca

Programma

• IT MIUR - PON

Durata

• 15/06/2019 - 14/06/2023

Tipologia progettuale

• Ricerca

Homepage

http://www.ponricerca.gov.it/

Ruolo OGS

Coordinatore

Referente OGS

Franco Coren

Partner di Progetto

INGV, INFN, SZN

 

OGS INFN INGV SZN

 

 

Federico S, Glaviano F, Esposito R, Tentoni E, Santoro P, Caramiello D, Costantini M, Zupo V. (2023) The “Bald Disease” of the Sea Urchin Paracentrotus lividus: Pathogenicity, Molecular Identification of the Causative Agent and Therapeutic Approach. Microorganisms. 11(3):763. https://doi.org/10.3390/microorganisms11030763

Gharbi M, Glaviano F, Federico S, Pinto B, Cosmo AD, Costantini M, Zupo V. (2023) Scale-Up of an Aquaculture Plant for Reproduction and Conservation of the Sea Urchin Paracentrotus lividus: Development of Post-Larval Feeds. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 11(1):154. https://doi.org/10.3390/jmse11010154

Glaviano, F., Federico, S., Pinto, B., Gharbi, M., Russo, T., Cosmo, A.D., Polese, G., Costantini, M., and Zupo, V. (2023). Morphologic and genic effects of waste pollution on the reproductive physiology of Paracentrotus lividus lmk: a mesocosm experiment. Frontiers in Physiology 14. https://doi.org/10.3389/fphys.2023.1161852

Nieri P, Carpi S, Esposito R, Costantini M, Zupo V. (2023) Bioactive Molecules from Marine Diatoms and Their Value for the Nutraceutical Industry. Nutrients, 15(2):464. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu15020464

Somma E, Terlizzi A, Costantini M, Madeira M, Zupo V. (2023) Global Changes Alter the Successions of Early Colonizers of Benthic Surfaces. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 11: 1232. https://doi:10.3390/jmse11061232

Viel, T., Cocca, M., Manfra, L., Caramiello, D., Libralato, G., Zupo, V., and Costantini, M. (2023). Effects of biodegradable-based microplastics in Paracentrotus lividus Lmk embryos: Morphological and gene expression analysis. Environmental Pollution 334, 122129. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2023.122129

Viel T, Manfra L, Zupo V, Libralato G, Cocca M, Costantini M. (2023) Biodegradation of Plastics Induced by Marine Organisms: Future Perspectives for Bioremediation Approaches. Polymers, 15: 2673. https://doi:10.3390/polym15122673

lifeProgramme: Programme for Environment and Climate Action (LIFE)

Title of the Project: Deep REef restoration And litter removal in the Mediterranean sea

Acronym: LIFE21-NAT-IT-LIFE DREAM

Duration: 01/09/2022 – 31/08/2027

Budget totalwe: € 5.308.472,89€


Web site

LifeDream vector RGBThe Marine Deep Reefs are fundamental benthic habitats recognized for acting as CO2 sinks and attracting highly diverse fauna. Multiple pressures are threatening the health of these habitats and resulting in the loss of their associated ecological functions, including climate change, fishing increments, and litter. The objective of LIFE21-NAT-IT-LIFE DREAM is to implement an innovative and sustainable approach to mitigate the effects of anthropogenic impacts on these habitats. LIFE21-NAT-IT-LIFE DREAM will provide supporting information for extending Natura 2000 to deep-sea habitats so as to promote actions of protection, recovery, and preservation. Additionally, the project will operate in pilot sites by deploying artificial structures aimed at facilitating the growth of deep reef-forming species and removing marine litter.

The CNR-ISMAR is the Coordinator of the Project and, in addition to managing the project, will collect and manage the data of LIFE21-NAT-IT-LIFE DREAM in Spatial Data Infrastructure consisting in software, hardware, spatial data, metadata, web services, data storage and standards. The created Geoportal will allow to share data, results, and improve the knowledge base, permitting further exploitation outside the project.

The main objectives of the Project are:

- Improving the knowledge base on Deep Reefs and the stressors threatening this habitat
- Extending the N2000 network by integrating the previous knowledge and acquiring new data
- Facilitate and promote the passive and active restoration of the Deep Reefs
- Prevent further litter accumulation
- Foster the circular economy concepts by recycling and reuse the removed marine litter
- Increase the public awareness about ocean health and human wellbeing

The expected results are:

- The development of an innovative and sustainable approach to mitigate anthropic pressure on Deep Reefs and promote their recovery
- The production of scientific data and knowledge on Deep Reefs to sustain the flow from scientists to decision-makers and enhance the natural resources management and governance
- The extension of the Natura 2000 network to deep benthic habitats by collecting and providing information to support the designation of 2 new deep-sea sites
- Apply restoration actions (either active or passive) that will extend the surface of the target habitats and provide new substrate for reefs forming species
- Develop a prototype for the removal of marine litter and enhance the cooperation with fisheries to follow a circular economy perspective and further recycle and reuse the litter removed

Contact in ISMAR: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Consortium

1. Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Istituto di Scienze Marine (CNR/ISMAR) (IT)
2. Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro (IT)
3. Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (EL)
4. Net European Consulting srls (IT)
5. Enaleia Astiki Mi Kerdoskopiki Etaireia (EL)
6. Università Politecnica delle Marche (IT)
7. Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior De Investigaciones Cientificas (ES)
8. Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II (IT)
9. Regione Puglia (IT)
10. Region of Thessaly (EL)
11. Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn (IT)
12. Federpesca – Federazione Nazionale delle Imprese di Pesca (IT)

Esposito, M., S. Canzanella, D. Iaccarino, A. Pepe, F. Di Nocera, T. Bruno, L. Marigliano, D. Sansone, S. Hochscheid, P. Gallo, and F. Maffucci (2023) Trace Elements and Persistent Organic Pollutants in Unhatched Loggerhead Turtle Eggs from an Emerging Nesting Site along the Southwestern Coasts of Italy, Western Mediterranean Sea. Animals 13:1075; https://doi.org/10.3390/ani13061075

Federico S, Glaviano F, Esposito R, Tentoni E, Santoro P, Caramiello D, Costantini M, Zupo V. (2023) The “Bald Disease” of the Sea Urchin Paracentrotus lividus: Pathogenicity, Molecular Identification of the Causative Agent and Therapeutic Approach. Microorganisms. 11(3):763. https://doi.org/10.3390/microorganisms11030763

Mariani G., F. Bellucci, C. Cocumelli, C. Raso, S. Hochscheid, C. Roncari, E. Nerone, S. Recchi, F. Di Giacinto, V. Olivieri, S. Pulsoni, M. Matiddi, C. Silvestri, N. Ferri, and L.D. Renzo (2023) Dietary Preferences of Loggerhead Sea Turtles (Caretta caretta) in Two Mediterranean Feeding Grounds: Does Prey Selection Change with Habitat Use throughout Their Life Cycle? Animals 13(4), 654.

Viel, T., Cocca, M., Manfra, L., Caramiello, D., Libralato, G., Zupo, V., and Costantini, M. (2023). Effects of biodegradable-based microplastics in Paracentrotus lividus Lmk embryos: Morphological and gene expression analysis. Environmental Pollution 334, 122129. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2023.122129

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