Eurostars project is awarded to Dutch biotech company VitroScan

A total grant sum of EUR €3.47 million, of which total subsidy ~ €1.82 million has been awarded to a multidisciplinary project, named ‘3D SELECT’. The European consortium consist of six collaborating partners: VitroScan (lead), Anapath, FHNW, Uppsala University, Oncodia, and Robovision. The project uniquely combines expertise in 3D culturing, pathology, genomics, proteomics and AI to accelerate the development of the 3D SELECT platform to analyse drug response on small tumour biopsies from individual patients and identify most efficacious treatment.

Eurostars is a joint programme between EUREKA and the European Commission, co-funded from the national budgets of 36 Eurostars Participating States and Partner Countries and by the European Union through Horizon 2020.

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Source: HollandBIO

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