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UCLB supports annual research meeting between UCL, UWA and HMGU researchers

Published on 14 July 2014

 

This July UCL will host the UCL-UWA-HMGU Collaborative Research Network (CRN) annual meeting. This international collaboration brings together researchers from these areas and encourages an open exchange of ideas and the eventual development of cross-institutional relationships.

 

This is the second meeting that has been held since the founding of the CRN which has been set-up to establish a partnership between these institutions through the development of joint research projects.

 

This year’s meeting will address regenerative medicine, inflammation and cancer research within the three collaborating universities; UCL, University of Western Australia (UWA) and Helmholtz Zentrum Munich (HMGU).

 

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