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100% Bacteria free eggs for use in production of human and animal vaccines

Project description

Eliminating bacterial contamination through eggs for vaccine development and production

In times when immunisation has become a universal demand, any practice that transforms vaccine production, facilitates the work of health service providers and enables a rapid response to global pandemics is extremely valuable. The EU-funded OvaVax project aims to become the go-to supplier of the world's first superior-quality germ-free eggs to the vaccine industry globally by 2021. The project is led by an innovation-based biotechnology company that utilises disruptive technology for improved quality and viral yield in egg-based vaccine production and other biotechnology applications. The new process they are proposing will address the increasing demand for safe, fast and cost-effective solutions in vaccine manufacturing.

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Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
EU contribution
€ 2 356 812,50