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Under the esteemed leadership of Biosistemika, an exemplary consortium clinched success in the EIC Pathfinder application. A commendable testament to the Network's prowess was their introduction of pivotal collaborators: Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitaet Hannover and Technische Hochschule Wildau. This powerful coalition, further enriched by partners Imagene, Haute Ecole Specialisee de Suisse Occidentale, and Accelopment Schweiz AG, is set to revolutionise sustainable data storage.

Countries: SLOVENIA
Sector: BioChemTech
Year: 2023

In the heart of Croatia, the Centre for Proteomics embarked on a pioneering mission to develop cutting-edge monoclonal antibodies for proteome analysis and cancer immunotherapy. Fuelled by a unique blend of expertise in immunology and funded by international grants, the Centre forged a transformative alliance with the Enterprise Europe Network. With unwavering support from the Network, the Centre secured vital investments, accessed EU funding, forged a distribution agreement with global antibody suppliers and, together with Faculty of Medicine University of Rijeka and long-lasting scientific collaborators from University of Jerusalem, Israel, co-founded Nectin Therapeutics Ltd.

Countries: CROATIA
Sector: BioChemTech
Year: 2023

NeuroProof was established in 2007 as a spinoff of the University of Rostock's animal physiology department in northern Germany. Its founders, Alexandra Gramowski and Olaf Schröder, have won international recognition for research that may lead to the development of new pain-relief drugs.

Countries: GERMANY
Sector: BioChemTech
Year: 2015

It pays to know about wine when you live in Spain’s La Rioja region, where grapes have been harvested since the Phoenicians. A small biotech company from Logroño sells nano-biosensors to the food and wine industries. Thanks to the Enterprise Europe Network, they are now testing two portable analysers made by Biorealis, a high-tech company from Bratislava, Slovakia.

Sector: BioChemTech
Year: 2013