Current PRIMACYT Projects supported by the European Community.
Development of an in vitro Network for establishing a GLP Business Incubator.
PRIMACYT has taken initiative to establish an in vitro network with regional partners in Mecklenburg-Pomerania. The goal of the project is a GLP-Business Incubator. The project has been awarded and will be funded by the Ministry of Economics and Tourism of the Federal State Mecklenburg-Pomerania. The project is supported by the European Union for Regional Development (EFRE).
As a GLP certified laboratory PRIMACYT enables its partner institutions and companies to broaden reach for existing and new products and services under the quality management of Good Laboratory Praxis to customers, targeted for the biotech and pharmaceutical industry.
Initial first partners are the Institute for Diabetes Gerhardt Kätsch in Karlsburg, Pomerania and the Institute of Clinical Pharmacology at the University of Greifswald.
Past Project: Manucyte
PRIMACYT participated in the ManuCyte project funded by the European Commission grant agreement FP7-260-100 within the “Factories of the Future” initiative. The idea of ManuCyte — an European FP7 funded project — is to develop an automated, self-learning modular manufacturing platform for flexible and patient-specific cell production.
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Fraunhofer is Europe’s largest application-oriented research organization. Our research efforts are geared entirely to people’s needs: health, security, communication, energy and the environment.
mta automation ag, based in Gals (Switzerland) and part of the unitechnologies group, has key-competences in selective soldering and volumetric dispensing processes, based on proven international experience since 1966.
The MTA SZTAKI is a research institute, governed by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The Institute was founded in 1964. Its staff consists of more than 300 full-time employees, more than 200 with university diploma and more than 70 with scientific degrees.
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