IQS is one of the founding members of the non-profit private Ramon Llull University (URL), which has more than 17,000 students and 1,110 professors, offers 89 EHEA programmes and sponsors 59 research groups. One of the most innovative Spanish universities, it promotes student-teacher interaction and fosters a mastery of the new technologies.
UNIFI is a major research centre that employs around 5,000 staff (lecturers, professors, research staff) and offers 126 degree courses to some 51,000 students. The biomedical and scientific areas cover all base scientific and medical disciplines, while experimental, preclinical and clinical research are also well established here thanks to the proximity of Careggi Hospital, the largest in Tuscany.
SU University Pierre et Marie Curie embodies excellence in science and medicine and has a clear commitment to the European community. European partnerships make up 64 percent of its institutional agreements, carried out with a three-pronged approach: European networks, education and research programmes.
ICIQ is a non-profit research organization, the 2004 creation of which was promoted by the Catalan Government with support from the EU and industrial partners including Repsol and Bayer. Named a “Severo Ochoa Centre of Excellence” by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness in 2013, it employs 340 people: 83% are researchers and more than 30% of international origin.
UNIPD is composed of 32 departments that promote and coordinate research activities and courses, alongside 70 Research and Service Centres. It trains researchers via 37 doctoral courses and cooperates with several Italian and foreign entities, participates in European Programmes on education and research (Socrates, Leonardo da Vinci, Tempus, Alfa, Jean Monnet, Framework Programmes), activities with developing countries, the Coimbra Group network of historical European universities and others such as T.I.M.E., Triangulum or Socrates.
i2c Pharmaceutical Services is the trading name of Cardiff Scintigraphics (CSL), a spin-off company from Cardiff University established in 1992. It is now a niche specialist working in drug formulation, device development and research into analytical methods, having gathered expertise through involvement with more than 30 pharma and device companies.
Over the last 5 years, the University of Liverpool has invested heavily in clinical infectious disease research through the Institute of Infection & Global Health (IGH), with new world-class laboratories and 108 researchers. In REF 2014, IGH was ranked 7th in the UK for research power in clinical medicine.
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