Thanks to the cooperation of the leading Czech and Austrian biotechnological research institutions within the framework of the RIAT-CZ project financed by the INTERREG Joint Programme, also other entities have a possibility to access the top-class research infrastructure. Upon request, it can be used by non-commercial research institutions and universities from the South Moravian Region, the South Bohemian Region, the Vysočina Region, Upper Austria, Lower Austria, and Vienna. Call for proposal remains open as long as capacity exists.
Events organized within the project RIATCZ
Within the project RIATCZ we have organized several workshops focused on mutual knowledge exchange among experts in the AT CZ crossborder region in respective fields of expertise. The events were supported by the programme Interreg ATCZ VA, project RIATCZ, No. ATCZ40.
Multispectral 3D Plant Imaging (October 12–13th 2017 at VBCF)
• Organizer: CF Plant Sciences
Applied Biostatistics and Data Analysis in Clinical Research (November 13th 2018 at VBCF)
• Organizer: CF Biostatistics & Scientific Computing
Stayin' Alive (January 12th 2018 at VBCF)
• Organizers: CF Advanced Microscopy, VBCF & Cellular Imaging, CEITEC
Events organized within the project RIAT-CZ
Within the project RIAT-CZ we have organized several workshops focused on mutual knowledge exchange among experts in the AT - CZ cross-border region in respective fields of expertise. The events were supported by the programme Interreg AT-CZ V-A, project RIAT-CZ, No. ATCZ40.
CF Preclinical Phenotyping will host an INTERREG RIAT-CZ workshop Behaviour Screening of Rodents and How to apply the 3R Policy in this Research together with the International Clinical Research Center (ICRC) in Brno, Czech Republic on May 23-24. Registration will be open soon.
CF Protein Technologies will host an INTERRET RIAT-CZ workshop Modern Techniques in Molecular Biology and Genome Engineering on July 18-20. Registration will be open.
On the 14th November 2016 the project RIAT-CZ was officially started by the kick-off meeting. The importance of the project was emphasized by the participation of several distinguished guests such as Armin Mahr (BMWFW) and Jan Sechter (Czech Ambassador in Austria) who stressed the necessity of research infrastructures and their strategic importance to stay at the forefront of both basic and applied research.
The catalogue of services that will be jointly offered to corporations and academic institutions will be compiled by CEITEC Masaryk University in co-operation with the VBCF Research Institute of Vienna and three other partners.