The TERM project, a FP7 funded project, has the objective to encourage and reinforce the attractiveness of European regions supporting research-driven clusters in the field of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine.
|The TERM project aims at structuring the research through cooperation between regional clusters and regional authorities to ensure research stakeholders get the maximum support. The innovative approach consists in developing a common strategy and a Joint Action Plan to be implemented by regional authorities in view of developing later Knowledge Intensive Business Tools and Services for increasing the capacity of all research stakeholders to better integrate the value chain, as well as better target and valorise their knowledge and resources.|
TERM project ended with a successful workshop in Nantes
The TERM (Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine) project was concluded by a
workshop held in Nantes, France on 19 September 2013. The European Commission and
representatives from 12 European clusters involved in tissue engineering and regenerative
medicine were present.
In October 2012, a workshop on research infrastructures (RI) was held in the framework of the FP7-funded TERM project (Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine), whose objective is to encourage and reinforce the attractiveness of European regions by supporting research-driven clusters in that biomedical field. More than 30 representatives within the TERM consortium were invited to demonstrate top-class facilities and share experience on management issues.