Centre for biotechnology is inaugurated with six new laboratories that will foster research in Chile: Coverage to the Inauguration of the Centre for Biotechnology and Bioengineering in Healthcare Portfolio Magazine, by Financial News (story only in spanish). (source: Healthcare Portfolio Magazine, by Financial News)

The plan to study all the species of microorganisms on Earth: This article includes a brief interview with our Cristina Dorador, PhD, Principal Researcher at CeBiB and expert in eco-physiology of extreme environments (story only in spanish). (source: La Tercera newspaper)

Bivalve molluscs with ability to filter are the most contaminated by Red Tide: Daniel Varela, researcher at CeBiB, explains what are the species more prone to be contaminated with Red Tide (story in spanish). (source: El Mercurio Newspaper)

Bivalves molluscs with ability to filter are more prone to be contaminated by Red Tide: Interview to Daniel Varela, researcher at CeBiB, in the specialized aquaculture media Aqua Online (story in spanish). (source: Aqua Online)

Chilean scientists are working on a predictive model for Red Tide and call on government to develop a strict follow-up: Researchers from CeBiB are facing the Red Tide problem from different approaches: from the study of the environmental factors involved in the phenomenon to the urgent need of collecting data to test a potential mathematical model (story in spanish). (source: Entorno Inteligente)

Chilean scientists are working on a predictive model for Red Tide and call on government to develop a strict follow-up: Researchers from CeBiB Alejandro Buschmann, Daniel Varela and Carlos Conca explain how science can provide answers to the Red Tide phenomenon that affected Chilean coasts (story only in spanish). (source: El Mostrador)

Team leaded by Chilean scientists is working on a model to predict Red Tide phenomenon: Team leaded by Chilean scientists Alejandro Buschmann, Carlos Conca and Daniel Varela is working on a model to test the posibility of predicting Red Tide phenomenon (story in spanish). (source: El Dínamo)

Researchers aim to create a mathematical model to predict Red Tide occurrences: Researchers from CeBiB are working in different approaches to address Red Tide occurrences, from environmental factors to mathematical modeling (story in spanish). (source: Noticias U. de Chile)

Is it possible to prevent the future impact of new occurrences of the Red Tide phenomena?: Researchers from the Centre for Biotechnology and Bioengineering (CeBiB) and the Centre for Mathematical Modelling(both at the University of Chile), and scientists from the Centre i-Mar at the University of Los Lagos and the Institute for Fishing Promotion (IFOP), recently constituted a multidisciplinary team. This group looks for the development of a biological-mathematical model to understand the dynamics of the Red Tide phenomena to create a model that allows predicting the evolution of such events (story in spanish). (source: Comunicaciones FCFM)

Researchers are working on a predictive model for Red Tide: Researchers from CeBiB Alejandro Buschmann, Daniel Varela and Carlos Conca explain how science can provide answers to the Red Tide phenomenon that affected Chilean coasts (story only in spanish). (source: Aqua Online)