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BioRN Network e.V.

Im Neuenheimer Feld 582

D-69120 Heidelberg

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INFORMATION

BioRN is the science and industry cluster of the Rhine-Main-Neckar region around Heidelberg, one of Germany’s strongest biotech hubs. It is a non-profit network fostering health innovations, supporting a rich translational ecosystem and promoting, representing and connecting the regional innovation stakeholders.

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"We make Life Science matter...

...and Innovation happen!"

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INNOVATION SOURCES

TRACK RECORD

Number of Innovators: Research groups and small companies in the three circels of HAEP access.
In Heidelberg alone, more than 500 biomedical research groups are constantly generating innovation. In BioRN’s extended, European network it is more than 2500 groups which, together with about 1800 German biotech companies and start-ups, represent a vast source of opportunities for healthcare companies to meet all their partnering, investment and licensing needs. However, identifying the best matches and keeping track of fast-moving scientific developments for all these innovators in different regions is difficult and highly resource intensive, especially without sufficient embedding in regional networks.
Our strong and manifold ties to all regional and national stakeholders and via Health Axis Europe to additional life science clusters in Leuven, Maastricht and Copenhagen moreover allows us to detect very early-stage projects first and to score hits which usually would stay off-radar. 
HAEP is currently running in a BMBF funded two-year validation phase
+ 50 Life Science SMEs
+ 350 Life Science SMEs
+ 100 Life Science SMEs
Research Institutes: The most important research institutes in the three circels of HAEP access.
Partners:
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