SiriusXT partnered Pan European Biomedical Imaging Research Project Secures €2.5 million in Funding

A new University College Dublin (UCD) led pan-European research project using correlative multimodal imaging (CMI) to improve the understanding of biomedical processes of disease and drug therapy has secured €2.5 million in funding.

CLEXM (Correlative Light, Electron and X-ray Microscopy), a 4-year project involving 7 partner organisations in 4 countries, has been funded by Horizon Europe under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Doctoral Network (MSCA-DN) programme. The project which officially commences this September will fund nine (9) PhD candidate projects across the partner organisations.

SiriusXT, a UCD spin-out company based in Dublin, which has developed the first commercial, laboratory-based, soft x-ray microscope, is among the partner organisations.

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