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Fostering cross border community in the Nordics

Original article published on 12 May 2022 by Gretchen Repasky.

The Nordic EMBL Partnership Coordination and Operations team assembled in Oslo for two days to advance joint initiatives.

In early May, The Centre for Molecular Medicine Norway (NCMM) hosted thirteen colleagues from its three sister Nordic research centers and EMBL. The program offered a warm reception for the team after more than two years of solely remote interactions.

Strategic, engaging discussions on the first day covered a range of current and future operational topics. On the second day, the team engaged in a hands-on, interactive workshop to unfold new ideas for cross-node collaborations, held at NCMM facilities in the heart of the Oslo Science Park.

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