The network was born in 2010 from a desire to develop and extend the oenology and viticulture field with academics, research centres and industrial partners to the international level (70 partners all around the world).

It is coordinated by the University of Bordeaux - Institut des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin (France), and is the first and unique international network in oenology and viticulture.

OENOVITI International is dedicated to research excellence and education. It aims to foster exchange of know-how and expertise between actors in the wine world. It promotes synergy through intensive collaboration, including transferable skills development with successful network partners, which have international recognition in the field of viticulture-oenology. 

This innovative approach is based on mobility and multi-disciplinary exchange of experience.

The network provides its members with a high level of visibility on the international scene by enabling them to maximize their opportunities in terms of joint training/research projects.

The Global Soil Laboratory Network (GLOSOLAN) was established in 2017 to build and strengthen the capacity of laboratories in soil analysis and to respond to the need for harmonizing soil analytical data. Harmonization of methods, units, data and information is critical to (1) provide reliable and comparable information between countries and projects; (2) allow the generation of new harmonized soil data sets; and (3) support evidence-based decision making for sustainable soil management. 

The work of GLOSOLAN supports the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development and the mandate of FAO on food security and nutrition. For more information, please contact Yuxin tong and Filippo Benedetti.


The RNME – National Electron Microscopy Network it is a structure with the purpose of making available to Scientific Community a large set of electron microscopy facilities and to promote their application and shared use. The National Electron Microscopy Network was, constituted by the initiative of the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), involving a overall investment of 3,3 M€ supported by  the National Scientific Re-equipment Program, and co-financed by FEDER and by the Operational Program for Science and Innovation 2010 (*),  and it is an association of institutions of the scientific and technologic system, with  electron microscopy laboratories, including equipments for sample observation and preparation.