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The Austrian partners in the project are the Carinthian microsensor research center CTR (Carinthian Tech Research), Montanuniversität Leoben and the Graz University of Technology. The Slovenian partners participating in the project consist of the Kemijski Institute (Ljublana) specializing in nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) and the Primorska Technology Park. The EU is funding the cross-border cooperation within the context of its Interrreg program Retina.

The Graz University of Technology and the Darmstadt University of Technology are also strengthening their relationship, and have signed an agreement for a long-term strategic partnership. The cooperation will range from traditional engineering disciplines to cyber security.

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