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CEITEC grows in Brno

The Central European Institute of Technology (CEITEC) is establishing an R&D infrastructure project that eventually will cost $300 million in Brno within the next three years. The money for the European centre of scientific excellence comes from the Operational Programme Research and Development for innovation of the European Structural funds. The institute, which will interconnect life sciences and technical fields, will be used by up to 600 scientists and by over 1,200 students, and also by Czech and foreign companies. It will also help the existing basic and applied research in the entire Czech Republic to achieve top levels. 


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