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BIOPRO's new report entiteld "Healthcare Industry 2018: Facts and Figures for Baden-Württemberg" illustrates key figures of Baden-Württemberg's healthcare industry like number of companies, number of employees and taxable turnover for the biotechnology, medical technology and pharmaceutical industry. In addition, the report highlights key location factors as well as information on company foundations, investments, acquisitions and so forth.

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Meet & Match

BIOPRO Baden-Württemberg GmbH and their French network partner BioValley France organise their 16th joint Meet & Match event. Thematically, the focus of this networking event is on present and future trends in the field of Precision Medicine such as biomarker/target identification, big data, single cell analysis as well as novel diagnostic and therapeutic approaches, e.g. in the area of individualised cancer treatment or cell therapies. Register now and apply for a short presentation until June 7, 2019.

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Cancer is usually not curable when metastases have formed in the body. Metastases are often resistant to drugs that have successfully eliminated the primary tumour. The basic features of the complex process of metastasis are now known, but many details still remain elusive. Intensive research activities are focusing on new therapeutic concepts aimed at developing effective anti-metastatic therapies.

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Personalized medicine, medical technology, digital health and artificial intelligence are revolutionizing diagnostics and product development. Analyses are becoming faster and more precise, and data volumes can now be networked and used effectively. The goal of improving people's quality of life is within reach, and this will also strengthen Germany’s future viability. However, not every good idea can be turned into a marketable commodity. How can this be changed?

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In cooperation with the research unit of the German Technical and Scientific Association for Gas and Water (DVGW), KIT researchers have built a pilot plant in which biogas produced by fermenting residual organic materials can be upgraded to synthetic methane (synthetic SNG). Biobased methane is not only a sustainable energy source for the heating and transport sectors, but also opens up new opportunities for temporary storage of renewable energies.

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The DITF - German Institutes of Textile and Fibre Research Denkendorf - form the largest textile research centre in Europe. The development of sustainable products and processes has been on the DITF’s agenda for years and is one of the institutes’ research priorities. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Götz T. Gresser, the director and spokesman of the DITF, talked with BIOPRO about the background to the textile developments.

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