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University of Groningen

University of Groningen – Biomolecular Sciences

Biomolecular Sciences: driving industrial biotechnology Microorganisms are bustling with chemistry. In fact, they are the richest and most diverse reservoirs of chemical activities on our planet. Their activity is essential to sustain the elemental cycles of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulphur. Groningen Biomolecular Sciences & Biotechnology Institute explain their involvement.
Biobank Graz booklet cover

Biobank Graz

About biobanks and Biobank Graz in particular. Biobanks are collections of biological specimens and their associated data, organised in a structured, readily analysable format. In Austria the history of biobanking is based on a royal decree published in 1813 that remitted medical doctors to collect pathological specimens. Biobank Graz, a...
Department of Virology

Deptartment of Virology

Hepatocarcinogenesis and future challenges: Pre-clincial models for virus- or high fat diet-induced liver cancer.
Transfercenter brochure

Transfercenter

Adjacent Digital Politics Ltd explores the importance of polymer sciences and the European Polymer Federation’s part in bringing researchers together throughout Europe…
Irish Micromouldings e brochure

Irish Micromouldings

Injection Moulding as a base process has become a process of choice to manufacture medical devices from catheters to all manner of functional medical mouldings. We at Irish Micro Mouldings – IMM have several years experience in the use of the process for medical device manufacture. In particular over-moulding...

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