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ScanBalt Campus – a European model case for transnational and transectoral institution building in education, research and development. (ScanBalt Campus)
Date du début: 9 mars 2005, Date de fin: 8 juin 2007 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The basic concept of ScanBalt Campus is to deliver a framework for joint activities within ScanBalt Bioregion in knowledge formation and innovation and to increase the visibility of these actions. An important feature of ScanBalt Campus is that despite its focus on Biotech/life sciences, all activities should reflect a holistic view. This means that the educational training should also encompass a broad view on societal activities.ScanBalt Campus: Knowledge formation•8 ScanBalt Campus Knowledge Networks, (SBC KN)-Molecular Diagnostics University of Gdansk/Medical University of Gdansk.-Regenerative Medicine University of Rostock and BioCon Valley, Germany-Environmental Biotechnology Centre for environment and sustainability, GMV, at Chalmers and University of Gothenburg, Sweden.-Informational Biology Åbo Akademi University, Finland.-Process Analytical Technology (PAT)LinköpingUniversity, Sweden-Intellectual Property and Bio-entrepreneurship Chalmers University, Göteborg, Sweden.-Baltic Entrepreneurship Training Baltic Entrepreneurship Centre, Rostock, Germany.-Education and training of leaders for the life science industry of the future Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.•Concept for ScanBalt Campus Shared Curricula. E.g. research projects, courses and international master programs•Opening first ScanBalt Campus office in Rostock Official opening April, 23.•ScanBalt Campus student council in cooperation with YEBN student network supported by NovoNordisk.•TRAYSS PRIME training of young European scientists from life science in state-of-the-art management tools for Innovation and IP (Funded by EU FP 6)•LigniMatch–sustainable production of chemicals from renewable sources (Funded by NICe and Industry)•Scanbalt task force group for innovation associated with SBC projects Achievements: During the ScanBalt Campus project a number of knowledge networks have been established: Molecular diagnostics, Regenerative Medicine, Informational Biology, Environmental Biochemistry, Process Analytical Biochemistry, Baltic Entrepreneurship Training, IP and Bio-entrepreneurship, Life science leadership training.The administrative structure consists of a 2-dimensional matrix where the different thematic knowledge fields constitute the one dimension and the different actors, universities, companies constitute the other. This means that the same actor could participate in more than one thematic network. As some additional aspects are integrated in several networks like "intellectual property and entrepreneurship", a third dimension has been introduced as a pilot project. Bioethics is another under evaluation. For a schematic representation see figure 1 and 2.



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