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The Irish team behind research into natural alternatives to the antibiotics used in animal feed has secured €1.7 million in EU funding.

27th January, 2013
Orla Rimmington, partner, Kernel Capital, Lorraine Spillane, treasury manager, Bank of Ireland Global Markets, and John T O'Sullivan, chief executive, BioAtlantis.

BioAtlantis nets €1.7m in EU funding

The Irish team behind research into natural alternatives to the antibiotics used in animal feed has secured €1.7 million in EU funding.

The coup follows eight years of research by Kerry's BioAtlantis and University College Dublin's Agriculture and Food Science Centre. It will see BioAtlantis lead a two-year research project, called Thrive-Rite, involving other SMEs and universities around Europe.

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