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  • Our Mission Pooling competencies – pushing innovations

    BIOPRO Baden-Württemberg GmbH supports the medical technology, biotechnology and pharmaceutical sectors in the healthcare industry as well as the development of a bioeconomy in Baden-Württemberg.

  • Healthcare industry BW Industry report

    We track the economic performance of companies actively engaged in biotechnology, medical technology and pharmaceutical industry. Our publications provide the latest facts und figures for Baden-Württemberg’s healthcare industry.

  • Bioeconomy BW Towards greater sustainability

    We support regional bioeconomic strategies to promote and strengthen sustainability objectives in Baden-Württemberg. These strategies include regional research and development capacities, analyse approaches for circular economy and aim at the establishment of interfaces to both internal and external partners.

  • AI & Pharma AI in the Pharmaceutical Industry

    BIOPRO Baden-Württemberg is organising a two-day event on "Application Potential of Artificial Intelligence in the Pharmaceutical Industry". Save the dates and see you on April 22 and May 6, 2021!

AI application potential & Matchmaking

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BIOPRO Baden-Württemberg together with Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA are organising a two-day event on the topic "Application Potential of Artificial Intelligence in the Pharmaceutical Industry". The event kick-off takes place on 22 April 2021 and is entitled "AI in use in the pharmaceutical industry – day 1". On 6 May 2021, the event continues with "Meet & Match: AI in the pharmaceutical industry – day 2" which is dedicated to networking and matchmaking.

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...Healthcare industry BW

Today's seniors are older and more active, which is why implants remain in the body longer and are subjected to greater strain than before. Improved surfaces are expected to ensure that the implants heal and integrate into the bone optimally. In an interview with BIOPRO, Dietmar Schaffarczyk, CEO of Konstanz-based stimOS GmbH, explains why a voluntary quality seal makes sense and gives consumers a better chance of recognising high-quality and safe implants.

...Healthcare industry BW

The world's first commercial quantum computer,’IBM Q System One’, is now in operation in Ehningen near Stuttgart. This is a major leap forward in quantum technology in Germany. It marks the point at which conventional computers reach their limits. The University of Ulm is involved in three of six collaborative projects being funded by the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Economic Affairs, Labour and Housing Construction. 

 

 

 

... Bioeconomy in BW

It is estimated that by 2050, if not before, the world's population will have grown so much that it will be difficult to provide adequate supplies of food for everyone. It is therefore high time to look for alternatives. One option could be insects as an environmentally friendly source of protein for humans and animals. The start-up company Cepri is developing smart insect farms with the goal to make primary production, which is not yet competitive, data-driven, efficient and self-optimising.

...Healthcare Industry BW

Actively generating movement in the smallest of spaces - and with the greatest possible force? The young Karlsruhe-based company memetis shows that this is possible. Intelligent components for controlling fluids open up huge potential in the medical technology and biotechnology sectors - from vaccine development and cell line analysis to drug research and point-of-care solutions.

... Healthcare industry BW

The analysis of pathogen biomarkers and biomarkers for the diagnosis of diseases can be crucial for health. However, the detection of pathogens and diseases depends on a sensitive and reliable method that delivers rapid results. Biosensors have such properties. Researchers at the Institute of Biochemistry and Technical Biochemistry (IBTB) at Stuttgart University have constructed an epigenetic circuit composed of plasmids that might make it possible to use E. coli bacteria as whole-cell biosensors.

 

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