The DBB has several partnerships with universities, research institutes, IRCCS, companies both Italian and foreign.
Since 2018, the DBB has signed 7 international collaboration agreements with non-European institutes or universities (e.g. Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan), 4 agreements with European research institutes (e.g. the Sanger Institute, London, UK), 3 agreements with foreign biotech companies.
The DBB has long-lasting partnerships with Italian universities, such as the University of Milan, the University of Padua, La Sapienza of Rome, the University of Perugia, just to cite few.
The DBB recently signed a new scientific partnership agreement with MUSE, the Science Museum of Trento, with the aim of get insights on Lake Ledro ancient human remains, through genomic investigations.