Contributing clusters

The following clusters and SME representatives have made the launch of this directory possible and this list will grow alongside the directory itself:

  • Amsterdam Economic Board, NL: The Amsterdam BioMed Cluster has been set up to gain economical spin off of the bio- and medical technology in the region. Apart from building a dynamic community to exploit synergy between life sciences organisations, the objective of the Cluster is to open up our regional knowledge- and technology base to those, national and international.
  • Atlanpole, FR: Atlanpole is the Technopole, Business Innovation Center and academic incubator of Nantes Atlantic region (France) Missions: Business incubation and project support, territorial marketing and business relocation, innovation support and networking. – Coordinator of Atlantic Biotherapies bio-cluster – Coordinator and member of AFIBIO EC-funded program – Member of Detect-it 2 EC-funded program – Member of Gate2Growth incubator forum – Member of EBN (European Business Innovation Centers)Network – Member of IASP (International Association of Science and Technology Parks)
  • Biowin, BE (Directory sponsor): Created in 2006, BioWin, the Health Cluster of Wallonia (Belgium) is the regional reference player for all the stakeholders (companies, research centers and universities) involved in innovative R&D projects and/or skills development in the field of health biotechnology and medical technologies.
  • Eurobiomed, FR: Eurobiomed is a non-for-profit organisation which has been accredited by the French government as a “competitive cluster”.  Eurobiomed is one of the eight Biotechnology – Pharma clusters. Eurobiomed federates healthcare stakeholders in both “Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur” and “Languedoc-Roussillon” counties of South East of France.
  • ID2Santé, FR: Our mission is to promote co-operation between research units and companies involved in R&D of health-related technologies in Bretagne (Western France), provide technological assistance and expertise,;meet requests for partnerships and assist project leaders in R&D projects.
  • Medicen, FR:  The Medicen Paris Region global competitiveness cluster aims to position the Paris Region as a European industrial leader in diagnostic and therapeutic innovation and leading-edge health technologies, thus enabling it to become one of the global centres for translational medicine.  Medicen Paris Region’s partnership approach is based on the concept of economic value creation in the Paris Region stimulated by innovation, which forms the very basis of the creation of competitiveness clusters.
  • MediWales, UK: MediWales is the life science network and representative body for Wales. MediWales provides advice, support, business opportunities and promotes collaborations for the life science and health technology community in Wales.  With over 150 members, our network is largely made up of life science organisations, pharmaceutical services and medical technology companies. We actively encourage engagement with the clinical research community and our membership includes NHS Health Boards and Universities.
  • OneNucleus, UK: One Nucleus is an international membership organisation for life science and healthcare companies. We are based in Cambridge with the majority of our members across the Cambridge/London corridor – at the heart of Europe’s largest life science and healthcare cluster.
  • TRUSTECH, UK: TRUSTECH is an NHS organisation that aims to improve healthcare through the development of innovative products and services. We work with NHS organisations, companies and regional, national and international bodies and networks to bring forward new ideas and help to put them into practice.
  • Tuscany Life Sciences Cluster & Foundation, IT (Directory sponsor):  The Tuscany Life Science Cluster is the regional cluster that groups over 170 companies, SMEs and large industries operating in the fields of Biotechnology, Pharmaceutics, Medical Devices, Diagnostics and Nutraceuticals.  The Cluster also represents the regional public research system made by 5 universities one of the most active and interesting research hub in Italy.
  • Uppsala BIO, SE: Uppsala BIO is an independent and not-for-profit actor working to stimulate growth in the life science sector.  We bring together the universities, companies, healthcare, and society to blaze new paths that advance the sector’s international competitiveness.

 

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