Project Database

Crossborder Applied Biotech: New perspectives in cancer and regenerative medical research by integration of cross-border resources
Project ID: HUHR/1001/2.1.3/0007
Project acronym: CABCOS II
Project title: Crossborder Applied Biotech: New perspectives in cancer and regenerative medical research by integration of cross-border resources
Project website: http://immbio.hu/hu/
Call: HUHR/1001
Action: 2.1.3 Joint research, development and innovation (R&D&I)
Total project budget: 531 130,00 €
EU contribution: 444 007,00 €
Project Duration 15 June 2013 − 14 October 2014
Geographical location of the project: Baranya megye, Osječko-baranjska županija
Project status: Finalized
Project description:

The project is the continuation of 'CABCOS' project, financed within the First Call for Proposals, with the focus on investment in research and development facilities that will not only enable relevant scientific research but which will also form the basis for keeping the highly-educated work force in the region, as well as for attracting new researchers from other areas. The research infrastructure will enable basic research in such fields as cancer research and regenerative medicine, but it will also be an opportunity for closer cooperation with the biotechnological and pharmaceutical industry in the region.


Partnership

Lead Beneficiary

Pécsi Tudományegyetem
Hungary, Baranya megye

 

Project Partner 1

Zavod za javno zdravstvo Osječko-baranjske županije
Croatia, Osječko-baranjska županija

 

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