Biotechnology

AllGenetics’ 2020 bioinformatics training courses will be held in the charming seaside village of Santa Cruz (Oleiros, A Coruña, Spain).

A total number of five courses will be held during the Spring Training Week (May 10-16). Therefore, it will be possible to enrol in more than one course. More courses will be offered during the Autumn Training Week in October.

A druggable small molecule manufacturer looking for technology cooperation to develop meis protein detection kits The company is a Turkish startup with the main focus on novel and high-level pharmaceutically active ingredients. They develop a protein inhibitor which is a target-based small molecule, druggable regulatory factor. It inhibits the transcription of genes regulated by a homeobox meis protein by modulating the activity of this protein. They...

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Horizon 2020- MSCA-ITN-ETN European Training Networks: Pharma and Biotechnological Industry partners sought for a MSCA-ITN-ETN proposal Summary: A Hungarian research and technology organization (RTO) is looking for partners from pharma and biotechnological industry to join a H2020 MSCA-ITN-ETN European Training Networks proposal. The proposal will set out a training network including experts from both academic and private enterprises, addressing the various aspects of non-natural peptidic compounds. The task...

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Eurostars : Looking for R&D performing SMEs from for application of optical molecular spectroscopy to real-time detection of molecules for multiple applications. Summary: Sensitive and non intrusive gas detection finds an increasing number of applications from biomedical diagnosis to atmospheric sensing via agrifood quality A French University technology transfer company is looking for R&D performing SMEs to conduct a Eurostars project under a research cooperation agreement to...

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EUROSTARS: A German SME is seeking partners with expertise in oncology, femto-second-laser technique, and medical software development to build a prototype of a patented laser-based cell disruption technology for the anti-tumour immune therapy.   A German diagnostic SME has developed a patented laser-based cell disruption technology for the anti-tumour immune therapy. The technology allows the extraction of the intra-cellular anti-gene structure of the tumour cells, which is...

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C-VoUCHER is the first pan-European initiative that will distribute a lump sum of€15k to SMEs developing feasibility plans adopting the concept of Circular Economy. The goal is to reshape and redesign linear value chains into circular ones. 18 selected SMEs will be invited to a 3-month programme and will have access to the support of a Designer-in-Residence and coaching sessions with funding experts.   The first...

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UK company are seeking a partner to develop a user-friendly platform for their existing chronic disease predictive model.     Summary: UK company that has developed a model that predicts future healthcare demands are seeking a partner under a technology cooperation agreement, to develop its model speed and enable it to be licensed out. Currently, the UK company has to acquire the data from the pharma/healthcare companies, analyse it...

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The Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Services and Navigation of A Coruña, organizes the VI edition of EXPORPYMES on October 15, at the Expocoruña Fairgrounds. This export event for Galician companies and entrepreneurs aims to join efforts organizing activities that promote the sales of Galician products and services to other international markets (Moldova, Colombia, United States, Romania, United Kingdom, Mexico, Peru, Nicaragua, Chile, Portugal, Morocco, Poland, Ethiopia...

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On September 12 and 13, 2019, the USC will receive a delegation from the Universities of India participating in the project, which is part of the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform. The objective of the ENPRENDIA project is to promote the entrepreneurial culture among the female population in the institutions of higher education in India, while promoting gender equality and equal opportunities, both within the university and...

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