University Collaboration

Universities CerCell collaborate with, partner with, in R&D projects and student support for/in their education

(Arranged in alphabetic order)

The Department of Systems Biology under Danish Technical University (DTU) educates candidates and researchers in disciplines such as molecular biotechnology, genetics, biochemistry, microbiology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, bioinformatics, and chemical techniques.

EU project partner with CerCell - and have over the years trained 25 students from DTU.

Cell Technology Group, (School of Biotechnology, Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, Sweden) permanent staff has a long experience in cell-based culture bioprocesses and hESC culture. Today, the group has activities related to biopharmaceutical processes, i.e. very high cell density perfusion, metabolic flux analysis modelling for medium design; and activities related to hESCs, i.e. investigation of optimal 3D bioreactor conditions for the expansion of neurospheres and hESCs.

EU partner with / CerCell in FP7 and Vinovia projects.

DTU Chemical Engineering’s main activities lie within the areas of product design, process design and production in the chemical, biotechnological, pharmaceutical, food technological and energy technological industries.

EU partner with CerCell in one FP7 Marie Currie project.

School of Life Sciences and Facility Management (IBT) in Switzerland is an international team of experts in the field of cultivation of microorganisms and plant, animal as well as human cell and tissue cultures. The main focus is the development and optimization of processes based on animal and plant cell cultures for production of pharmaceutical and cosmetic agents.

EU partner with CerCell and C-CIT in one EuroStar project.