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The main goal of the CLIL in Medical Education project: Reaching for Tools to Teach Effectively in English in a Multicultural and Multilingual Learning Space (CLILMED) is to improve the language qualifications of the teaching staff (English) and cooperation with leading

Due to the rise in cancer and multiple chronic disease, the number of patients with refractory symptoms, ie severe symptoms where conventional treatment options fail, is likely to increase.

The Visual Genetics (VISGEN) consortium brings together eight academic and five commercial scientifically leading teams to address the unique challenge of visualizing nuclear processes in intact brain in real-time.

Working as a multi-disciplinary collaboration, this H2020 project aims to combine the knowledge of leading researchers and pioneering industry specialists to hone the technology and expertise needed to develop ground-breaking ways of visualising living tissue.

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