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In Belgrade, near the “Torlak” Institute for Virology, Vaccines, and Serums, the groundbreaking ceremony for the BIO 4 campus has commenced. 

This unique multidisciplinary project aims to establish Serbia’s capital as a distinguished bioeconomic hub in Europe.

The preparatory work for the BIO4 campus began on May 29, with the completion of the entire project expected by 2026.

The ceremony for the issuance of the construction permit was attended by notable figures including Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić, Prime Minister Ana Brnabić, and Minister of Science, Technological Development, and Innovation Jelena Begović.

President Vučić, during a formal cocktail event at the Palace of Serbia, emphasized the significance of the BIO4 campus as a new bioeconomic center in Europe, heralding it as a major achievement for the nation and a symbol of its future.

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Vučić highlighted that the Bio4 campus will integrate seven faculties and nine scientific institutes, employing over 1,000 PhDs and educating more than 4,000 students.

He expressed his ambition for the BIO4 campus to rank among the top 10 or 12 globally, which would provide a collective advantage for the entire region over other areas.

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