Sano will combine expertise in biomechanics, large-scale high-performance computing and machine learning-based decision science with fundamental biomarker identification using advanced simulation and data analysis methods. It will act as a core technology and expertise provider for industry, innovation and increased productivity. Operationally, Sano strategically combines the most prestigious scientific grant currently available in Poland – the International Research Agenda project – with one of the most competitive grants in EU’s H2020: Teaming for Excellence Phase 2. Combined with additional Polish Ministry of Science guarantees, the Centre has secured significant investment of 30 million Euro over a seven-year period. With this scale of funding, and aided by an excellent European partnership network, we can be confident that Sano will bring a critical mass to this transformational field of research, in order to translate scientific advancements into clinical practice.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 857533 and from the International Research Agendas Programme of the Foundation for Polish Science.