SYNBEE project kicks off
At SynCellEU, we believe that the field of synthetic cell research promises revolutionary new technologies that will boost the green economy in Europe. For many years, we have been advocating for the creation of a European innovation ecosystem that will facilitate knowledge sharing among researchers and improve knowledge transfer between research institutions and industry.
We are very pleased to announce that we, together with Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands (TU Delft), are participants in the SYNBEE project. Coordinated by eureKARE, this two-year Horizon Europe project officially started on February 1. This is a Coordination and support action (CSA) that aims to define the framework necessary for the creation of an innovation ecosystem in synthetic biology.
In the coming months, SynCellEU and the Innovation and Impact Centre of TU Delft will participate in visits and meetings with partners and companies, training for early-career researchers from all partner countries, and a SWOT analysis of the synthetic biology field in Europe.