Projects ranging from scar-free tattoo removal to vaccine production are seeking more support
A senior figure in Italy’s biotechnology business association has said the country’s cutting-edge researchers need more support to commercialise their work.
Speaking at the 15th BioInItaly Investment Forum this month—where seven innovative biotechnology projects were presented to prospective national and international investors—Pierluigi Paracchi warned that “Italy produces high-quality research and innovative projects, which struggle to make the big jump”.
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