The funds to grant for a scientific research project are more and more interesting public and private administrations. A quantitative analysis of experimental research prices in all its phases is mandatory for an optimization process. The aim of this paper is to define practical and economical aspects of the experimental 'in vivo' models designed for the validation of biomaterials, with particular respect to the managerial bookkeeping of consumer goods, based on the experience of our Institute. Some tables were realized in order to quantify the resources needed to perform experimental 'in vivo' models. These tables represent a reliable tool for a continuous monitoring of managerial costs for the current year and for an accurate budget planning for the future years considering the experimental projects in progress and the planned researches. A business organization of public research facilities may lead to an optimization of costs and an easier national and interna-tional funds achievement increasing, also, the partnership with private appointers.
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 1996|
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