The BIOXPARC provides project co-funding to enable qualified researchers to conduct research projects on self-chosen topics and with self-chosen goals independently and under their own responsibility. BIOXPARC awards grants for research projects. Through project co-funding, it aims to award researchers a basic grant that is appropriate for the planned research. In particular, researchers can use BIOXPARC network for the implementation of cooperation, research networks and communication.
The single researcher and / or research center can apply for funds, submit the application to the BIOXPARC FOUNDATION. The final research project is a dossier that includes the following steps:
1. To get the approval and funding of a research project this one must first be submitted by a single researcher and / or research center. The research project must meet these requirements:
2. The project is presented to BIOXPARC Scientific Committee: here the project must meet BIOXPARC Standards in Scientific Research and the conduct of researchers must conform to the Code of Conduct for BIOXPARC Scientists.
3. The research project must receive ten positive feedback from BIOXPARC Department Directors (Form 2.3). Those who present project must take into account the analysis of each department, and then provide useful elements to meet the minimum requirements in particular:
4. The dossier of the research project, completed with all the documents (Form 2.3), is transmitted to the BIOXPARC foundation and has to pass the legal and tax assessment made by BIOXPARC Foundation (Dossier 3.1). After that the Foundation gives financial authorization for the start of the project. more