A new opportunity for your company to apply for beam time opens this Monday February 11th. All companies in the Baltic Sea Region are welcome to apply for free consultation and experiment time at some of Europe’s leading research facilities.

Could experiment at state-of-the-art research facilities help you fast-track your product development? Investigations, within Life Science, Materials Science, Chemicals, Agriculture and many other industries can now be performed free of charge within the framework of Science Link’s network.

Science Link is pleased to announce the third call during the project period of 2012-2014. Don’t miss this opportunity to access brilliance!

To learn more about this possibility or how to apply welcome to contact us.

30 Companies have applied for Beam time via Science Link

So far a total of 30 companies have applied to perform R&D experiments at the research facilities within the project’s network. The companies come from all eight countries in the Baltic Sea region and represent the Life science, construction, automotive, personal care, chemistry, engineering, materials and agriculture industries. To date 70 percent of the applicants have been small or medium enterprises (SMEs).

“Most companies wish to investigate principles of functions, use advanced scientific analysis to understand and improve their products in a fundamental way, which is key in enabling development.” commented Dr. Uwe Sassenberg, Director of Science Link. “The high representation of SMEs is mainly due to the free measurement time and consultation offered, without the financial and practical help, that figure would be much lower.”

“It‘s paramount that member states and the EU Commission continue to fund activities to secure increased industrial usage of the facilities.” Dr. Sassenberg concluded.

One of the concrete goals of the Science Link project is to offer 40 companies the possibility to perform experiments at these advanced facilities, with two calls left, reaching that goal now looks attainable.

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