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Evonik Industries AG
Henkel AG & Co. KGaA
Stora Enso Oyj
Stora Enso is the global rethinker of the paper, biomaterials, wood products and packaging industry. Our annual production capacity is 5.4 mio t of chemical pulp, 11.7 mio t of paper and board, 1.3 bio m² of corrugated packaging and 5.6 mio m³ of sawn wood products, including 2.9 mio m³ of value-added products. The Group has some 29 000 employees in more than 35 countries worldwide, and is a publicly traded company listed in Helsinki and Stockholm.Stora Enso is transforming itself into a value-creating renewable materials company focusing on growth markets mainly in the areas of fibre-based packaging, plantation-based pulp, innovations in biomaterials, competitive paper grades and sustainable building solutions.
Small and Mid-sized Enterprises (SMEs)
Autodisplay Biotech GmbH
Fax: +49 231 5464376
Bio Base Europe Pilot Plant
The Bio Base Europe Pilot Plant is a flexible and diversified pilot plant that operates at ton scale. It is there to close the critical gap between scientific feasibility and industrial application of new biotechnological processes.
The Bio Base Europe Pilot Plant is a one-stop-shop that performs the entire value chain in a single plant, from the biomass green resource up to the final bioproduct. It focuses on second generation technologies converting agricultural waste products and non-food crops into biofuels, bioplastics and other bioproducts.The Pilot Plant is situated in the Port of Ghent in Belgium. It is an open innovation pilot plant and is accessible for companies and research institutions throughout the world.
Bioprocess Pilot Facility
2613 AX Delft
The Bioprocess Pilot Facility B.V. is a unique open access facility, situated at the Biotech Campus Delft, the Netherlands. Companies and knowledge institutions can upscale new sustainable production processes by converting bio-based residues into useful chemicals or fuels and production processes for Food and Pharma.
The facility has been specifically designed to enable the transition from laboratory to industrial scale.
We have 4 different pilot plants which can interact:
· Pretreatment of biomass on benchscale and pilot scale.
· Fermentation from 10 l up to 8m3. (ATEX, GMO)
· Downstream processing, chemical processing (ATEX)
· Food grade pilot plant.
The upscaling of the lab process can be proven on pilot scale with a good prediction of the process on commercial scale.
- Research, development and transfer GmbH including production
- Biotechnology and Chemistry
- Biorefinery technologies
- Biobased aliphatic and aromatic monomers and polymers
- Biobased microcapsules and nanocapsules
- Biobased functional products
for technical applications, cosmetics , nutrition, pharmaceutics and medicine.
Basic Engineering of the Green Biorefinery in Selbelang/Havelland has been finished. The realisation of the demonstration plant is accompanied by further research and optimization carried out by Biorefinery.de Gmbh.
The system of the Biorefinery for lignocellulosic feedstock (LCF Biorefinery) has been explored in cooperation with 14 European partners and is now ready for demonstration. A 200 Liter pretratment and hydrolysis reactor could be constructed from biorefinery.de GmbH to technical ripeness. Biorefinery.de Gmbh is working actively in European projects to continue the development of the LCF Biorefinery with various residues and wastes.
BUTALCO assesses and develops new production processes for second generation biofuels and biochemicals based on lignocellulose. The core technology based on (genetically) optimised yeasts (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) enables increased yields in bioethanol production by using C5 sugars in the fermentation process.Furthermore, BUTALCO develops, together with partners in the field of lignocellulose hydrolysis and downstream processing, production processes for advanced biofuels like biobutanol and other biobased chemicals.
Comet AG - ebeam Technologies
Fax: +41 31 744 90 90
The COMET Group is a leading global provider of high-quality systems, components and services in x-ray, ebeam and RF technologies. With high-quality components, systems and services, the Group helps its customers worldwide maximize the quality, reliability and efficiency of their products and processes. Many applications are addressed with COMET's Technologies: x-ray: non-destructive examination of materials and components in the automotive, aviation, pipeline and steel industries, as well as for the stationary and mobile inspection of baggage and cargo at airports and borders.ebeam: biomass conversion, polymer cross-linking, ink curing, surface grafting, sterilization, compounding, adhesives, 3D-printing, etc.
Concord Blue Engineering GmbH
Fax: +49 511 449895-99
DASGIP has been an industry-leading supplier of benchtop bioreactor solutions for the biotech, pharmaceutical and chemical industries as well as academia and research institutions, since 1991. Our Parallel Bioreactor Systems for the cultivation of microbial, plant, animal and human cells utilize industry-standard benchtop glass and single-use bioreactors.
DASGIP's best-in-class configurable control systems and state-of-the-art bioprocess analyzers deliver unparalleled functionality coupled with user-friendly design for optimal bioprocessing. Our proven solutions for interconnectivity to 3rd party bioprocess analyzers, supervisory control systems and DoE tools, combined with our best-in-class control systems, enable migration strategies for optimization of legacy benchtop bioreactor equipment. The outstanding DASGIP bioprocess solutions support QbD-driven process development.
With effect from January 2012 DASGIP is an Eppendorf company. DASGIP is headquartered in Juelich (Germany) and has operations throughout Europe, North America and Asia.
DIREVO Industrial Biotechnology GmbH
Direvo is a biotechnology company with a focus on the biomass conversion industry. Direvo applies its profound expertise in bioengineering to provide custom solutions for partners in areas that include: Protein & Enzyme Engineering, Application Development and Process Engineering.Direvo identifies bottlenecks and weaknesses in current industrial processes in this sector and develops and implements biology-based solutions together with large and small industrial partners. From the sourcing of biological diversity through our efficient biocatalyst optimization platform to our established process development capabilities, we cover full technology development cycles in all areas of biomass conversion. Our products are newly designed enzymes and microorganisms of the highest quality that provide easy-to-implement, cost-effective solutions. Our contribution assures that our partners stay competitive and profitable while we add to their ability to make the future cleaner, greener and safer.
DuPont Industrial Biosciences
6709 PA Wageningen
evoxx technologies GmbH
40789 Monheim am Rhein
Fax: +49 2173 40994 40
evoxx technologies GmbH, a German Industrial Biotechnology Company, is focusing on the development and production of industrial enzymes and novel carbohydrate ingredients produced by enzymatic bioconversion. With its proprietary enzymes and carbohydrate ingredients, evoxx is active in high growth markets addressing consumer needs in the Global Food Health & Wellness Sector and Consumer Products Markets.Product development is based on the proprietary technology and patent platform covering the whole value chain from early enzyme and process development to industrial scale production and product deregulation. evoxx industrial partners and customers benefit from the unique metagenomics libraries, the enzyme and carbohydrate development skills and tech-transfer and production capabilities. evoxx is located on the Creative Campus in Monheim am Rhein and on the Biotech Campus Hermannswerder in Potsdam.
GE Healthcare Life Sciences
Heinrich Frings GmbH & Co. KG
IMD Natural Solutions GmbH
Fax: 0231 9742 7401
IMD Natural Solutions is a Natural Product chemistry expert, active in the area of fine chemicals derived from natural sources. We develop and produce innovative natural additives for product preservation in open and closed shelf-life and hygiene applications and deliver services related to Natural Products:
- Discovery and qualification of lead candidates and active (pharmaceutical) ingredients
- Process development and production (fermentation / extraction-based)
- World largest pure Natural Product compound collection (15000 compounds)
- Screening library (100,000 samples, HTS-ready plated)
- Bioprofiling database (unparalleled collection of bioactivity data; 12 million entries)
- Fermentation, purification, analytical lab (uPLC-MS/UV/ELSD; GC/MS; NMR)
INOSIM Consulting GmbH
Insilico Biotechnology AG
Jäckering Mühlen- und Nährmittelwerke GmbH
Fax: +49 2381 422136
Jaeger & Doerr GbR
• “Diesel R33” Tankzukunft.de
• Exchange between science, industry experts, commercial consumers, media, and politicians
• Close relation to Neste
Founded in 2005, LanzaTech has developed a fully integrated gas to liquid technology platform that produces fuels and chemieals from gas resources. The potential feedstock ranges from industrial waste gases (steel mills, refineries and coal plants) to biomass syngas (MSW, organic industrial waste. and agricultural waste); as weil as coal derived syngas, and steam reformed methane.LanzaTech employs a strong technical team based in the USA, China and New Zealand and has a rapidly growing patent portfolio. With agreements now in place across a variety of sectors internationally, inciuding steel, coal, refining and chemieals, LanzaTech's technology is being scaled to commercial production.
LXP Group GmbH
Fax: +49 3337 3774189
26160 Bad Zwischenahn
Mitsui & Co Deutschland GmbH
Fax: +49 211 9386415
Mitsui & Co. Deutschland GmbH is a subsidary of Mitsui & Co., LTD., which is one of the biggest trading houses in Japan with an annual revenue of 56,4 Billion USD and net income of 3.4 Billion USD (2010/11).Utilizing our global operating locations, networks and information resources our business fields are ranging from Chemicals & Plastics, Food, Iron & Steel, Mineral & Metal Resources,Infrastructure Projects, Motor Vehicles, Marine & Aerospace products, Energy, Consumer Services, Information, Electronics/Telecommunications to Financial Markets and Transportation Logistics. Besides trading, sales and marketing activities, we are also active in making investments, financing, logistics arrangement, project development and its management.
The nova-Institute was founded as a private and independent institute in 1994. It is located in the Chemiepark Knapsack in Huerth near Cologne (Germany). For over 15 years now, the nova-Institute has been globally active in feedstock supply, techno-economic evaluation, market research, dissemination, project management and political consultancy for a sustainable bio-based economy.We use and create expert knowledge and innovative solutions to develop and advance the use of Renewable Raw Material (RRM) in Green Chemistry, Industrial Biotechnology and Bio-based Plastics and Composites. In R & D nova has comprehensive contacts within the wide industrial and scientific network. The communication services include conferences, expert newsletters and business directories (more information: www.bio-based.eu). Nova is currently Part of the FP7-project “Biocommodity refinery (BIOCORE)” for the techno-economic evaluation for a targeted lignocellulosic biorefinery.
Pfeifer & Langen GmbH & Co. KG
Pfeifer & Langen operates 5 sugar factories in Germany. Sugar beet grown by farmers are processed to white sugar and the by-products sugar beet pulp and molasses. These products and intermediate products such as thick juice can be used as carbohydrate sources for biotechnological processes.Pfeifer & Langen supplies sugar and sugar specialities for the food industry and the consumers. The production process of Pfeifer & Langen starts when the sugar beet seed is sold to the farmers and ends when the sugar is placed in the shelves of groceries. We are looking for opportunities to use our expertise in the process chain beginning with agriculture and ending in the food retail trade for new processes and products connected with biotechnology.
Phytowelt GreenTechnologies GmbH
Phytowelt GreenTechnologies GmbH is a young, innovative company offering contract research in plant industrial biotechnology worldwide. Our tissue culture and genetic engineering know-how assists our clients in R&D for the optimization of plants and the use of enzymes in chemical production processes.
Phytowelt routinely applies key technologies such as in vitro cultivation of plants, cell fusion, transformation technologies as well as plant analysis and molecular marker assisted breeding. Our approach to link plant and industrial biotechnology is maximizing the synergy from our platform technologies phytodiversity and phytomining to support the chemical and pharmaceutical industry and other users of enzymes.Phytowelt GreenTechnologies was created in January 2006 as a merger of Phytowelt GmbH and GreenTec GmbH, a spin-off company from the Max-Planck-Institute for Plant Breeding Research, Cologne.
PS Biotech GmbH
Fax: +49 2461 61 2710
Stolmár & Partner Patentanwälte
Swissaustral Biotech SA
Fax: +41 24 471 04 94
Swissaustral Biotech SA is specialized in biotechnology of Extremophiles, their enzymes, secondary metabolites, biostabilizers, special proteins and biopolymers, among others. We carry out highly specialized Research Services like:
- Screening of our proprietary and highly diverse collection of extremophiles for special enzymatic activities and biomolecules;
- Isolation and complete purification / characterization of new enzymes and biomolecules;
- Technical support and method development for isolating and growing of extremely difficult to handle microorganisms as well as enzyme and biocompound purification, including under strict anaerobic conditions
White Dog Labs
19720 New Castle
Academia (Universities & Research Institutions)
Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM)
Fax: +49 3081041417
Flemish Institute for Technological Research, VITO
Fax: +32 14 32 65 86
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
IBG-1: Biotechnology (formerly Institute of Biotechnology) is one of Germany’s leading institutes in the field of microbial biotechnology.
IBG-1 develops multipurpose microbial production platforms such as C. glutamicum for production of industrially or pharmaceutically relevant products from renewable carbon sources (e.g. amino acids, organic acids, proteins).
Methods of synthetic biology are used for establishing novel concepts in strain development and implementation of heterologous or articificial metabolic pathways. In parallel, biocatalysis with isolated enzymes or whole cells is developed using a rigorous systems biotechnology approach. IBG-1 runs an extensive “omics” platform including DNA microarrays, proteomics, metabolomics and fluxomics for strain characterization.Lab investigations are tightly integrated with mathematical modelling for experimental design, parameter estimation and process optimization. Experimental facilities range from parallelized mini bioreactor systems up to pilot plant scale and include tools for single-cell analysis by flow cytometry and microfluidics.
Fax: +7 495 315 05 01
Genetika carries out fundamental and applied research in the fields of Microbiology, Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology with the emphasis to development of processes based on microorganisms as well as mammalian cells.
Genetika is the home of Russian National Collection of Industrial Microorganisms (VKPM) – the biggest collection of this type in the country. It boasts ca. 17000 strains of different bacterial, yeast and fungal species. Principal research areas: microbial strains and cell cultures design; process development and optimization; regulation and evaluation of metabolic processes; biocatalytic processes development. Based on Genetika is the editorial board of the Russian Journal of Biotechnology.
Genetika is one of the key member of Russian Technology Platform “Bio-industry and Bio-resources – BioTech2030”, working in the area of implementation of a number of biotech projects, including the technologies of amino acids, organic acids, enzymes and other value-added products.
Justus Liebig University Giessen
Giessen University is a modern institution which can take pride in some four centuries of past achievement. The current research activities in biotechnology build bridges from biological and biochemical phenomena to industrial applications. Key aspects comprise the development of novel tools for bio-analytics (e.g. mass spectrometry imaging), protein design (programmable nucleases, photoswitches), and the field of food biotechnology (basidiomycetous enzymes, natural flavors, fermentation.The LOEWE focus group Insect Biotechnology (“yellow biotechnology”) is committed to developing innovative, cutting-edge technology at the interfaces between applied entomology of red, green, and white biotechnology. Inter alia, novel concepts for the enzymatic digestion of lignocelluloses are designed.
Lodz University of Technology
Fax: +48 42 636 85 22
Nanjing University of Technology
Fax: +86 25 8358-9971
The NJUT's Faculty of Biotechnology originated from the first discipline in biochemical engineering in China in 1985, which has been leading the way in the higher education and R＆D in biotechnology from then on. Prof. OUYANG Pingkai, the founder of the Faculty and Academician of the Academy of Engineering of China, pioneered biochemical engineering as a mentor and an investigator.Our research and development is focused on the basic, strategic, and perspective aspects of industrial biotechnology directly associated with and serving the sustainability of the country and the welfare of the society. The investigations spanned energy, resources, environment, and health with broad spectrum, in which the research on bio-energy, bio-polymers, and bio-based fine chemicals are the mainstays.
Phillips-Universität Marburg, LOEWE-Zentrum für Synthetische Mikrobiologie
Philipps-Universität in Marburg is the oldest university in the world that was founded as a Protestant institution. It has been a place of research and teaching for nearly five centuries. It`s broad range of arts and humanities, and its experimentally challenging scientific work, constitute an ideal platform for interdisciplinary cooperation.The Philipps-Universität Marburg and the Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology have established a center for Synthetic Microbiology, SYNMIKRO. Supported by the state of Hessen within its excellence program LOEWE, in SYNMIKRO research groups in the areas of microbiology, genetics, medicine, cell biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, informatics, and bioethics are working together in an interdisciplinary approach focusing on basic research in synthetic biology on all levels of microbial function, ranging from the development of regulatory circuits, genetic codes and metabolic pathways to the synthesis of new minimal cells and microbial communities.
Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Research Center of Biotechnology RAS
Fax: +7 495 954 2732
The Federal Research Centre «Fundamentals of Biotechnology» RAS is intended to be the Russian coordinating scientific organization in the field of biotechnology, and is aimed at creation of the S&T basis for bioeconomy development and promotion, complex use of renewable raw materials and waste, development of new types of materials possessing essentially new properties and opportunities, creation new bioactive substances, increase the efficiency of agricultural production and food quality and safety.To achieve these goals the Federal Research Centre "Fundamentals of Biotechnology" RAS will work in the following main areas:
1. Basic research in the field of microbiology, genomics, bioengineering and genetic engineering, biocatalysis, system and structural biology;
2. Problem-oriented research and technology developments in field of industrial biotechnology and green chemistry, biogeotechnologies, bioremediation, molecular diagnostics and biosensorics, drug development&production technologies, agrobiotechnologies, food quality and safety.
We are experts in biocatalyst engineering with a focus on directed protein evolution. We are developing novel random mutagenesis methods (SeSaM: Sequence Saturation Method), high throughput screening systems and computational programs to manage the complexity of protein sequence space. Based on our core competencies in directed protein evolution we founded a company (SeSaM-Biotech) and collaborate with leading companies in the field of industrial biotechnology.With our expertise we aim to understand structure-function relationships of biocatalysts and functional biomaterials in order to solve significant problems in industrial biocatalysis.
SCION - New Zealand Forest Research Institute Limited
Fax: +64 7 348 0952
Scion is a New Zealand Crown Research Institute that specialises in research, science and technology development for the forestry and wood-derived materials: tree improvement, wood-related bioenergy, industrial biotechnology and high-value manufacturing.
Scion is developing biorefinery processes to create new green chemicals and biopolymers from renewable resources, with a focus on lignocellulosic biomass: soft wood.
We develop microbial and enzyme-based processes that can be used by industrial partners for the production of valued compounds, enzymes and other biological products.
Scion is New Zealand's centre of expertise in bioplastic research and development: production and manufacturing of biopolymers as plastics, adhesives, coatings, foams, pulp/packaging, and fibre-composites.
Technische Universität Dortmund
TH Köln - University of Applied Sciences
Universität Bielefeld - CeBiTec
The Center for Biotechnology (CeBiTec) at Bielefeld University is dedicated to interdisciplinary research in life sciences. Its mission is to encourage and to support the development of innovative projects crossing discipline boundaries. For this purpose it consolidates research activities in the fields of biotechnology, molecular biology, genome research, systems biology, biochemistry, nano- and biophysics, as well as bioinformatics and computer science.The close collaboration of scientists from the Faculties of Biology, Chemistry, Physics and from the Faculty of Technology in various research projects is supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG), the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), the State North Rhine-Westphalia and the European Union.
6708 PB Wageningen
To explore the potential of nature to improve the quality of life
The Wageningen University is dedicated to education and research of Life Sciences. The Agrotechnology and Food Sciences Group has a strong focus on Industrial Biotechnology, coordinated in five chair groups: Bioprocess Engineering, Microbiology, Systems and Synthetic Biology, Environmental Technology, and Biobased Commodity Chemistry.The groups study microbial processes on intra-cellular, cellular, inter-cellular, reactor and environmental scale with a strong link to the existing chemical industry. The generated knowledge is translated into applications for the production and biorefinery of pharmaceuticals, healthy food ingredients, bulk chemicals and biofuels.
Investors and Founders
Prof. Dr. Detlev Riesner
75340 Paris cedex 07
Fax: +33 (1) 58192280
Active partner of companies with high growth potential, since 1997, Seventure Partners has been investing in innovative businesses in ICT and Life Sciences. Seventure is a subsidiary of Natixis Private Equity, the asset management company of Natixis Banque Populaire, which manages 4.2b€ in private equity investments.
Our team is composed of 12 professionals, operating in ICT and in Life Sciences, with a proven track record and deep knowledge in technology, entrepreneurship, operations, venture capital, and helping investee companies growth. Our investment managers are trained to work with entrepreneurs, and assist in fund raising, organization building, realistic forecast production, business development, and provide support during an IPO or a trade sale process.Seventure has over 500 m€ of funds under management targeting innovative businesses with high growth potential.
Sofinnova Partners is an independent venture capital firm based in Paris, France. For 40 years, the firm has backed nearly 500 companies at different stages of their development -pure creations, spin-offs, as well as turnaround situations -and worked alongside Europe’s key entrepreneurs in the Life Sciences and Clean Energy sectors.With €1.3 billion of funds under management, Sofinnova Partners’ experienced team and hands-on approach in building portfolio companies through to exit have created market leaders, from landmark historical investments including Genentech and Actelion to more recent successes such as Corevalve, Novexel, Fovea, Movetis and Preglem. With a global mindset, the firm has a sister organization in San Francisco, California.
Infrastructure (Business Support & Networks)
Alberta Innovates - Bio Solutions
T5J 3G2 Edmonton
BCNP Consultants GmbH
60486 Frankfurt am Main
CNP Consultants GmbH is an acknowledged consulting company specialized in the branches biotech, chemistry, nanotech and pharma (BCNP).
BCNP's clients benefit from the very broad basis of natural scientific expertise of its consultants in the disciplines inorganic chemistry, biochemistry, biology, biotechnology, molecular biology, polymer chemistry and business chemistry. The team is completed by an experienced finance expert and a specialist for international marketing and branding.The four functional areas of BCNP Consultants are:
Fax: +49 711 6574015
Scouting - Marketing - Rating - Litigations
BIO-ARCC Drayton Valley Ltd.
T7A 1A1 Drayton Valley, Alberta
T7A 1A1 Drayton Valley, Alberta
Fax: +1 780 542 5753
BIO-ARCC Drayton Valley Ltd. is the not-for-profit company that will administer the Bio-Mile bio-industrial park located in Drayton Valley, Alberta, Canada. The region has abundant forestry and agricultural resources and the goal is to manufacture a vast array of industrial and consumer products which are presently based on fossil fuels. Currently, there is a fibre mat plant under construction for the manufacture of biocomposites. In addition, there is a co-gen plant using forestry waste for the production of electricity. The goal is to expand into the production of green chemicals.BIO-ARCC has three main strategic directions which are helping to build a successful bio-industrial business sector in Drayton Valley:
1) incubation and commercialization;
2) training and skills development and
3) applied research.
Bioindustrial Innovation Canada
N7S 6L2 Sarnia
The Bioindustrial Innovation Canada's(BIC) commercialization and research activities clearly address an issue of high priority to Canada: how to realize the value and benefits (in monetary, social and environmental terms) to be achieved by becoming a leading global player in bioindustries.
BIC's “Vision” is ambitious but achievable - a future in which Canada isa global leader in innovation, environmental sustainability, biochemical products, technologies and processes by becoming one of the top bio-based economies in the world.
BIC's mission is equally significant: we will act to create wealth across Canada through facilitating the commercialization of new products and services from industrial biotechnology and sustainable chemistry.
BIC's primary goal is to position Canada as internationally recognized and world class in industrial biotechnology and related sustainable chemistry with a secondary goal of creating bio-industrial clusters in Canada, using the Sarnia biohybrid model to build off of.BIC has established Sarnia as the first bioeconomy cluster in Canada.
BioIndustry e.V. is a registered association whose main purpose is to activate, concentrate and develop biotechnological competences in the Ruhr region. The key aspects of BioIndustry‘s activity are industrial biotechnology and bioprocessing technologies, microstructure technology, X-omics and bio-informatics.As a networking service cluster of 55 companies, research and training institutes, technology centres, biotechnological service providers and public business development organizations the associations objective is to generate product- and process-innovations. This objective will be met by supporting the active transfer from ideas to market.
Bio-Tech-Region OstWestfalenLippe e.V. has set itself the objective of grouping together and linking regional activities in the field of biotechnology. The regional biotechnology network, in particular, promotes the exchange of information with other sectors, with the aim of making the innovative potential of the biotechnology sector more accessible for a wider range of applications.Around 20 companies from the core biotechnology sector including a variety of different fields of business - from cell culture technology to plant biotechnology - are based in the north-eastern region of North Rhine-Westphalia. For many years, OstWestfalenLippe (OWL) has given precedence to good-quality education. The region not only disposes of outstanding academics but also has excellent technical staff.
BioRiver - Life Science im Rheinland e.V.
BioRiver, the business-driven biotechnology network points it’s activities to the BioRegion of the Rhineland area. BioRiver promotes life sciences research and business activities within its major cities Aachen, Bonn, Cologne and Düsseldorf.Providing a networking platform for its members BioRiver cultivates scientific exchanges and technology transfer between science and industry, consolidates life sciences opportunities and develops future potentials within the region.
Black IP GmbH
Fax: +49 6341 987 568
CIB - Consorzio ltaliano Biogas
Fax: +39 371 4662401
i2i: inventions to innovation
InfraServ GmbH & Co. Knapsack KG
50354 Hürth (Cologne)
KADIB ‐ Kircher Advice in Bioeconomy
60431 Frankfurt am Main
Fax: +49 32 229897510
KADIB offers expertise in Global Industrial Bioeconomy. We strive to position profitable chemical and energy value chains sustainably in the Political, Economical, Societal, Technological, Legislative and Ecological(PESTLE) environment and conditions.KADIB provides advice and moderates decision-making in
KADIB works through its unique network of senior experts. We help our clients to specify complex queries and provide analyses and reports through our Advisory Board and wider network.
Kaye Scholer LLP
60325 Frankfurt am Main
Malaysian Biotechnology Corporation Sdn Bhd
50450 Kuala Lumpur
BiotechCorp is the lead development agency for the biotech industry in Malaysia and acts as a central contact point providing support, facilitation and advisory services for biotech and life sciences companies in Malaysia.
Since its establishment in 2005, BiotechCorp has played a key role in building the biotech industry in Malaysia. To date, BiotechCorp has facilitated the development of 204 BioNexus-status companies in Malaysia with total approved investment of RM 2.102 billion.Bio Nexus-status companies are international and Malaysian biotech companies that qualify for fiscal incentives, grants and guarantees administered by BiotechCorp.
45468 Mülheim an der Ruhr
PROvendis GmbH accelerates technology transfer. The marketing of patent-protected cutting edge technologies is our core business. Our aim is to reap the full economic benefits of the innovative potential of universities and research institutes through knowledge transfers to industry. Life sciences are gaining more and more significance in this field. Therefore PROvendis maintains a Life Sciences Team with industry experience, proven expertise in their fields and patent know how.PROvendis supports scientists from 27 universities throughout the entire process from invention consultation and patent application to contract conclusion. For companies from the pharmaceutical industry, biotechnology or medical technology, PROvendis offers exclusive access to patent-protected technologies.
SolarBioproducts Ruhr c/o Wirtschaftsförderungsgesellschaft Herne mbH
Verband der Chemischen Industrie (VCI) NRW