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The Precision Medicine Scotland Innovation Centre has launched a call for seedcorn grants aimed at developing new projects and collaborations across the academic, NHS and industry sector to drive novel and exciting research and innovation in Precision Medicine.

Researchers can apply for up to £30,000, which must be at least match funded by an industrial partner and/or show a strong case for commercialisation.

The closing date for applications is Friday 23rd September 2022 at 5pm

Full details and application details are available here

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