The BioRobotics Institute contributes to the process of technological innovation, through consultancy and research brokering and managing of intellectual property. The aim is to transform scientific knowledge into new technologies to generate products and services, and to produce an economic return for the birth and development of new research projects.
Bio-Enable (Integrated infrastructure supporting industrial research on bioactive molecules, biomolecules, biomaterials, in-vitro and in-vivo) is a distributed research infrastructure. Through its technological platforms it provides industries with innovative services dealing with the design and characterization of biomolecules, biomaterials, vaccines, bioactive molecules and bioengineering systems, in-vitro, in-cell and in-vivo.
Bio-Enable is funded by the Tuscany Region framework "FESR 2014-2020 Infrastrutture di Ricerca". The project partners are: CERM (Univeristy of Florence), The BioRobotics Institute, Neuroscience Institute (CNR, Pisa) and Department of Medical Biotechnologies (Università di Siena).
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