For the first time seven European institutions from the academic sector have come together with industry to form a network for Radiation Innovations for Therapy and Education (RADIATE).

The RADIATE network is a European Union wide research project to advance our understanding of radiobiology, to open novel routes for effective therapeutic intervention, to improve the outcome of cancer treatment.

For this purpose the RADIATE network comprises of top-level radiobiologists, clinicians and scientists who bring expertise in complementary areas in radiobiology and in translating research into the clinic. Moreover, the RADIATE team integrates fourteen young scientists who were offered a PhD fellowship to develop individual research projects that merge radiobiology and clinical research and are open to industry participation.

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