Hanseatic Life Science Research Infrastructure Consortium (HALRIC) works to increase the utilization of the unique Research Infrastructures (RIs) and competences in Denmark and Southern Sweden (Medicon Valley) as well as the Hamburg and Oslo regions. The primary aim is to bring together companies, hospitals and academics in Life Science pilot-projects with both large-scale and complementary RIs in the ÖKS-Hamburg Region. HALRIC is also establishing the Hanseatic Science Cloud (HSC) to build prototype models for handling the huge amounts of electronic data generated by such highly specialized RIs. HALRIC is the successor of the HALOS project (2019-22), and it is mainly funded by EU Interreg Öresund-Kattegat-Skagerrak (2023-26). An additional benefit of HALRIC is that it contributes to strengthening the Life Science ecosystems and strategic dialogues between the countries the consortium thanks to the 21 project partners (universities, hospitals, large-scale RIs, Regions, Life Science organizations). Lund University is the lead partner and Medicon Valley Alliance facilitates project operations. Find out more on halric.eu.
Contact us to find out more about cross-border collaboration opportunities in HALRIC pilot projects for the use of complementary or large-scale Research Infrastructures, in collaboration with clinical, industry or academic partners.