STACCATO Wiki online

Our Wiki is online! You can now find explanations for terms related to STACCATO on our website. The content is produced by our ESRs and PIs and will continue to grow. We have also introduced a search function to the website so you can easily search the Wiki and our entire website for the information […]

ESR Blog live

The STACCATO ESRs have started their own blog over at The blog is entirely set up and maintained by the STACCATO ESRs and will feature post about their lives as Marie Sklodowska-Curie fellows, their individual research projects and anything else that might interest the ESRs and the readers.

One PhD position still open

Whilst some of our ESRs have already started their positions and further young researchers will start soon, our partner BD is still taking applications. You can find all important information about the position and how to aply in the open positions section.

First ESRs have started

We are happy to announce that five of our ESRs have started their positions in STACCATO. Over the next months more and more ESRs will start their exciting journey in STACCATO and will work towards applying new and innovative manufacturing process development approaches for biopharmaceuticals.

PhD Positions officially open – apply now!

The recruitment phase for the open STACCATO PhD positions has officially started. STACCATO is looking to recruit 11 Early Stage Researchers (ERS) The primary objective of the STACCATO research programme is to utilise high-resolution analysis of DNA, RNA and proteins from single cells to enhance the efficiency of manufacturing processes and ensure patient safety for […]

Official start of the project

After a preparation phase the STACCATO EID, coordinated by Dr. Colin Clarke of the National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training (NIBRT), has officially started on 1st January 2019. Within the next four years, the project partners will recruit and train 11 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) whilst also creating and applying pioneering manufacturing process development […]