Giorgio Gnavi , PhD at MUT - University of Turin


Bilateral Meetings

  • Thursday 24 September 2015 (02:00 pm - 06:00 pm)
  • Friday 25 September 2015 (09:30 am - 12:30 pm)
  • Friday 25 September 2015 (01:30 pm - 06:00 pm)

The Mycotheca Universitatis Taurinensis (MUT) is the fungal collection of the Department of Life Sciences and Systems Biology of the University of Turin (Italy). The MUT is one of the most important banks of fungal biodiversity in Italy, and it has a great value from the systematic, ecological and applications point of views.
The aims of the MUT are the acquisition, identification, characterization, preservation and distribution of both macromycetes and micromycetes.

The MUT is the only structure, among the Italian collections, which operates according to the standards of ISO 9001, achieved in 2006.

Since 2008, the MUT has been affiliated to the World Federation Culture Collections (WFCC), which represents a global network aimed to the ex-situ conservation of microbiological biodiversity. Moreover, since 2008, the MUT has become member of the European Culture Collections’ Organisation (ECCO).

Country: Italy

Organization Type: University, Research Centre

Phone: + 39 011 670 5964

Email: giorgio.gnavi@unito.it

City: Turin ,v.le P. A. Mattioli 25 Google map

Areas of Activities

Industrial biotechnology (including biocatalysts)

    Environmental technologies (enzymes, decontamination, bioremediation)


        Chemicals (bioproducts)

          Marine biotechnology