Sophie Labrosse, Science Liaison Officer at Biopeople, explores the need for interaction across disciplines in the life and health sciences, and how this was the motivation and beginning of the Biopeople innovation cluster in Denmark.
Berlin, at the heart of Europe, is Germany’s premier biotechnological centre and one of the top five biotechnological centres in Europe. It has a unique scientific environment, and its strategic linkage of science, clinical research, healthcare and business leads to maximum research output and quick conversion into innovative products. Carolin Clement, Head of the Business Unit Life Sciences at Berlin Partner GmbH explains how these factors all make the city of Berlin one of the most important locations for life sciences in Europe.
Austria is a rich resource for biotech and medtech, enabling technologies and special service providers backed by world-class engineering and science. In recent years, the Austrian scene has been a hive of business development activity. Sonja Polan, International Marketing Manager at Life Science Austria, takes us on a tour of Austria’s wealth of innovative potential and the bright future ahead for the Austrian life science industry.