ESF Launches Initiative to Promote Funding of European Life Science Research | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The European Science Foundation said last week that it has launched a new initiative designed to "promote and coordinate direct interaction among European life science researchers and funders."
 
The initiative, called EuroBioFund, will provide a networking and brokerage platform for funding organizations and researchers; help organize research communities and "facilitate bottom-up generation of Europe-wide research programs; and help develop joint investments and funding of life science research.

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