In a technologically open world, transnational academic cooperation has become essential to improve knowledge sharing and to gather reliable, high quality scientific evidence for the sake of common interests.
 
The law lab can occasionally cooperate with researchers working at the cutting edge of life sciences and data technologies or in the social sciences and humanities in Europe or elsewhere in the world. 

If you wish to add an ethico-legal dimension to your scientific project(s), take time to read below the Open Calls for Cooperation.
 

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From Biology to Biomedicine and Beyond

 

Call for Cooperation: In-silico Biology

Your scientific project:


• intends to recapitulate the inner workings of human cells, tissues or organs virtually, and develop knowledge with respect to human body processes or complex disorders, 

• relies on genome sequencing, on single cell profiling or on other next-generation technologies for research and/or medical purposes, or 
• draws on the knowledge gained in the life sciences – in particular in the field of cells and tissues – in order to develop in-silico models or digital solutions enabling personalised prediction, prevention or treatment of disease, and
• is likely to result in new applications for the benefit of patients in the near or distant future, 
• is coordinated by an EU-based research university, unit or centre. 

 

Do not hesitate to fill out the form you will find in the page ‘Contact’ in order to discuss possiblities for research cooperation.

 

 

Call for Cooperation: Personalised Medicine

Your scientific project:


• involves the use of body substances – in particular induced pluripotent stem cells – in order to produce artificial cells, including germ cells, or artificial organs for research or medical purposes, and
• is likely to result in new applications for the benefit of patients in the near or distant future, 
• is coordinated by an EU-based research university, unit or centre. 

 

Do not hesitate to fill out the form you will find in the page ‘Contact’ in order to also discuss possiblities for research cooperation.