In a landmark move within the European Union Horizon launch, the BIOCONNECT project has emerged as a pivotal initiative set to reinforce the Baltic biotechnology ecosystem’s impact in the EU. Led by a dynamic consortium comprising seven institutions from the Baltic (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania) and Nordic regions (Finland), the project aims to establish an action plan for a more interconnected and vibrant regional biotechnology ecosystem.

This one-year initiative, commencing on December, 2023, and concluding on December, 2024, targets a wide range of stakeholders, from academia and industry to investors, policymakers, and the broader public, with a vision to enhance collaboration and drive positive societal, economic, and environmental impacts.

The core consortium members at the forefront of this groundbreaking initiative include:

More about the project.