The past days, 27 and 28 November 2019, INBB was hosting the Bio-All partners in Rome at the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche to review the work done so far to present the first results.
Further, the consortium has been willing to discuss the future paths of the project, with a strong focus on the development of the educative assets, namely the delivery of joint-international post-graduation in Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the BIOHEALTH sector (promoted by UBI; UGR and UNIPVM in Portugal, Spain and Italy). The Post-Graduation will have a duration of 500 hours, including 240h of contact hours 120h of tutorial sessions and 140h of associated activities, based in collaborative work. The international joint post-graduation consists of 60 ECTS, and the curricular plan will include a modular programme consisting of 10 modules, seminars, Project/Business Plan, visits to BIOHEALTH established/reference Business and Project-Base Activities Hackathons/ Boot Camp/ Pitching Day.
The second consortium meeting aimed to present the findings gathered so far from the initial activities of the Work Package 1 of the project (Warming-up the Engine), including an analysis of the stat-of-the-art and the identification of good practices. In the framework of these activities two reports released: the Report on the Stat-of-the-art is expected to be published on the website by the first week of December (English version); the Report on Benchmarking of Good Practices will be available in earlier 2020.
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