From the Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia’s leading scientific research institute, together with five top research & innovation partners across Europe, we are creating an innovation hub to study microbe–surface. We will do that by using high-tech methodologies and equipment!

We aim to provide biotechnology researchers, academic institutions, industry and policy makers with training services and assessments to optimise novel materials for a variety of applications!

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