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  • Industry report The healthcare industry – the innovation driver of the 21st century: opportunities and challenges

    BIOPRO Baden-Württemberg’s new industry report entitled "The Healthcare Industry 2018: Facts and Figures for Baden-Württemberg" has just been published in both German and English.

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    Here you can find selected publications on the Baden-Württemberg healthcare industry.

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  • Dossier Immunology – at the forefront of medical progress

    Immunological approaches are central to everything – learn more!

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Focusing on novel therapeutic and diagnostic immunological approaches to fight cancer, our 18. joint event with BioValley France will take place on the 3rd of December, 2020 in Strasbourg. Apply for a short presentation!

Latest news

  • Organ failure due to fatty liver - 24/09/2020

    When the liver stops regenerating on its own, it might be possible in future for doctors to intervene with a chemical agent. Tübingen-based HepaRegeniX GmbH is developing a promising candidate with the aim of improving the treatment of both acute and chronic liver failure.

  • Mosses for pharmaceutical production - 16/09/2020

    The search for drug candidates for COVID-19 diseases is well underway. Factor H, which is part of the innate immune system, might also be a future therapeutic option. The Freiburg-based biotech company eleva has developed a technology for producing this human protein in moss cells. The active ingredient, which might also have a regulatory effect in other diseases, is currently undergoing preclinical testing.

  • Article - 14/09/2020

    Anyone who thinks hemp is just an inconspicuous plant, whose ingredients can be used, at best, as an intoxicant, can quickly be proven wrong. Besides being used as a valuable raw material for textiles and building materials, the plant has great potential as a medicinal drug. The CANNABIS-NET network, coordinated by the University of Hohenheim, has been set up to establish the basis for producing medicinal hemp in Germany.

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