Integrated Research Oriented Training Network in Life Sciences through Interdisciplinary Approaches.
The Biosantexc project is one of the four winners of the call for projects launched by the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs in partnership with the Ministry of Higher Education and Research, for the creation of a Franco-Indian campus in life sciences for health. The Biosantexc consortium is led by ENS de Lyon, IISER Pune coordinating Indian partners.
Selected amongst a shortlist of 8 projects, the final Biosantexc proposal "Integrated research-oriented training network in life sciences through interdisciplinary approaches" is to be submitted this Friday, September 30. The consortium consists of the 4 French Écoles Normale Supérieures, the 6 Indian Institutes of Science, Education and Research (IISER) and 4 other Indian research institutes in medicine and life sciences. Results are expected to be announced at the end of October.
The first edition of Knowledge Summit was held in March 2018. It was organized on the occasion of the State visit of the President of the Republic in India and inaugurated by Mrs. Frédérique Vidal, Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation which helped to establish the roadmap for Franco-Indian cooperation for the coming years, in partnership with companies.
Education and human exchange constitute an essential dimension of the partnership between France and India. Collaborations in higher education, research and innovation lead the priorities of the third edition of Bonjour India, which culminates with the first Indo-French Knowledge Summit.