Gloster Units Develop Bone Marrow Registry
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Units of listed Hungarian ICT company Gloster have signed an agreement with the German Red Cross to develop software for a bone marrow donor and stem cell registry, Gloster said on Monday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.
Group members Gloster-Minero IT and FF Next Technologies are working on the EUR 250,000 project.
Gloster noted that its experts had developed Germany's blood donor and COVID registry systems.
Gloster counts multinationals such as Sony Music, BMW, and Audi among its clients.
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