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TNA 5th Call is now OPEN!

What is it?

TNA (Transnational Access) offers limited opportunities to Researchers, SMEs and Large Companies to obtain subsidised access to IBISBA specialised research facilities, allowing users to receive infrastructure support for a part of their research project.

Who can apply?

Users are researchers from AcademiaPublic Sector Research Centres or Industry (SMEs and Large Companies), working in EU Member States, Associated Countries and Third Countries. They are engaged in the conception or creation of new knowledge, products, processes, methods and systems, and also in management of projects.

What's NEW?

The fifth call comes with some new options that are worth exploiting:

  1. Exploring full DBTL-P cycle in a single project. With the ambition to deliver multidisciplinary services spanning the whole bioprocess life cycle (DBTL-P cycle), users are encouraged to apply for multiple services that cover all phases of the DBTL-P cycle. This option makes the fifth call the largest investment IBISBA has made to date for a single TNA project.
  2. Assistance service. To get the best out of IBISBA, users are given the option of entrusting the TNA Administrator with the task of choosing the facilities needed for the project.
  3. Co-funding (user financial participation). Some user projects exceed the subsidy ceiling fixed by IBISBA’s TNA programme. Not to worry, Users can now co-fund their projects, paying for the extra services that are required (contact us at any time to discuss this).


Please, ensure that you carefully read the Application Guidelines to get more detailed information and submit a successful application.


Deadline: 30 April 2021 at 5 pm (Brussels Time)

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