FOODBIOMES will open its doors and host at no charge a limited number of users who wish to get access to FOODBIOMES Research Infrastructure from 1 June to 30 July 2023 and from 1 to 20 September 2023.
Users will be able to use the FOODBIOMES instruments and laboratories located in the Democritus University of Thrace, the Ionian University, the University of the Aegean or the University of Ioannina to perform experiments, conduct tests and analyses for training purposes and get to know the options FOODBIOMES has to offer its users.
Visit our Facilities Access page here for details on the infrastructures offered for use in the above universities and fill in the form to apply for access. Requests will be evaluated by a special committee of FOODBIOMES after submission and candidate users will be informed within 10 working days whether their request has been approved or rejected.
Candidate users should be able to demonstrate an appropriate level of education to use the infrastructures, the objectives of use should be consistent with the research and scientific scope of FOODBIOMES and implementation of the proposed research should be feasible.
FOODBIOMES is not obliged to justify its decision and there is no procedure for objecting to the results from the evaluation of the requests. FOODBIOMES may increase the number of users hosted, if appropriate.
We are looking forward to seeing you in person!!!
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