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Where Great Emphasis is Put on Research.

Bionorica Research

In Austria, Bionorica has cooperations with 30 Austrian institutes e.g. University of Innsbruck, Wien, Graz, Medical University of Innsbruck, Vienna University of Veterinary Medicine, University of Vienna, Cluster Life Sciences Tyrol, Oncotyrol - Center for Personalized Cancer Medicine. The number of people working in R&D is 22 by now.

The focus of the R&D research lies on the research into medicinal plants, especially analytics and the new and further development of extraction processes

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Please find more information on Research & Development in Austria here.

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