UofG researchers contribute to new bioengineering consortium

Published: 24 November 2022

Researchers from the James Watt School of Engineering are part of a consortium which has won €4.95M (£4.32M) in funding from the European Innovation Council to support a cutting-edge bioengineering project. The interdisciplinary consortium, named Supervised Morphogenesis in Gastruloids or SUMO, is one of 39 new projects sharing in €145M (£126.6M) from the EIC’s Pathfinder programme.

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First published: 24 November 2022

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