XIII INBB National Conference and BIO-ALL Meeting – 24 and 25 October
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XIII INBB National Conference and BIO-ALL Meeting – 24 and 25 October

XIII INBB National Conference and BIO-ALL Meeting – 24 and 25 October

The Interuniversity Consortium “National Institute of Biostructures and Biosystems – INBB” is a body founded in 1993, which received the recognition of legal personality by Ministerial Decree MURST of 11/12/1995 and it is also supervised by MIUR. Its activity consists mainly in the scientific and managerial coordination (at national and international level) of research and training projects in the biological, biochemical and biomedical fields, which see directly involved the I.N.B.B. Research Units at the associated universities. The Consortium consists exclusively of 24 Italian public universities and counts as members of the Consortium more than 650 scientists (mostly full and associated university professors), they are admitted on the basis of a selective evaluation of scientific publications (www.inbb.it).

The XIII National Conference “Research and Innovation for environment, health and food” will be held at the Aula Marconi of the CNR (Piazzale Aldo Moro, 7) on 24 and 25 October; the works will be opened by the Round Table targeted to the proposals for the development of the University and research system and will continue with three panels each related to the three sectors of Life Sciences in which I.N.B.B. is involved (nutrition, environment and health) and a panel dedicated to the technology transfer activities implemented in recent years and crowned with the founding of 11 new spin-off companies in collaboration with Cube-Labs, a significant accelerator of innovation company acting in the R&D market.

During the conference, the presentation of the BIO-ALL project, funded by the EU Erasmus Plus Program and involving 13 partners from ES, IT, NL and PT is scheduled. The aim will be to outline a training course and a set of tools and events to bring the academic world and the production system closer together into the field of Life Sciences and in particular in bio-health.The involvement of a significant number of actors coming from academia, companies, incubators and accelerators will be taken care during the project. Opportunities for discussion and analysis on the results and ambitions of BIO-ALL are foreseen during the Conference.

To learn more about the BIOALL project or if you would like to know how to participate in the project activities or have access to the resources produced, you can do so by contacting Pedro Costa through the email pedro.costa@inova.business