Biopeople Newsletter November 2018: Join us at Bioagora 2018 tomorrow | Biomarker Dissemination Seminar | High Tea: Health and Fertility - Biopeople
 
 
 

Biopeople Newsletter, 26 November 2018

 
 
 
 
 
 

Welcome to Bioagora tomorrow

Welcome to Bioagora tomorrow
 

Immunotherapy is on the agenda in Marmorhallen, Frederiksberg Campus tomorrow. It's free and walkins are welcome, but please register at the reception desk!

The Bioagora is a part of the Danish FutureWeek in week 48. A week collecting events across industries – highlighting how Danish clusters and innovation networks contribute to the creation of innovation and growth in Denmark.

 
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Scandion Oncology hits stock market and receives impact voucher

Scandion Oncology hits stock market and receives impact voucher
 

Biopeople plays a role for successful biotech company Scandion Oncology. November has been a month of success for Danish biotech company Scandion Oncology. Stock market introduction and the grant of an Impact Voucher via Biopeople. "The grant will allow us to speed up collaborations with some of the leading scientists in Europe and thereby further expand the development of SCO-101 as a drug that reverses resistance to anti-cancer compounds”, says CSO Jan Stenvang.

 
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Boost4Health event gathered 60 for matchmaking

Boost4Health event gathered 60 for matchmaking
 

Succesful life science matchmaking event, organised by the Boost4Health project, had 60 + Danish and international participants.

A guided tour of labs in the Maersk Tower was followed by classic company pitches from 15 companies.

 
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Biopeople and Korean Technopark in collaboration

Biopeople signs Memorandum of Understanding with Daejeon Technopark, Korea.

At a signing ceremony 8 November at COBIS - Copenhagen Bio Science Park, Per Spindler, director of Biopeople and Senior Research Engineer, PhD Byoung Kwon Min of Daejeon Technopark Bio Center signed a Memorandum of Understanding for mutual development through collaboration.

 
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Biopeople welcomes visit from Japan

Delegation from the Mitsubishi Research Institute discusses future collaboration on small companies at a visit in November. The delegation was from the Medical Venture/Total Support Service sponsored by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, Medical Innovation Support Office.

 
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New guidelines on patient involvement in research and development

Patients and patient organisations must be involved to handle the many complex ethical, legal and other issues intrinsic to the medical development process, new editorial by Director Per Spindler and Professor, PhD Beatriz S. Lima argues.

 
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Upcoming events

 
 
 
 
 
 

Translational immunotherapy - crossing boundaries - Aarhus

This is the fourth Aarhus Immunotherapy Symposiom with local and international experts to present their results and discuss their views on immunotherapy.

This year, the symposium addresses T cell and B cell immunity, methods to modulate autoimmunity and allergy, abiomarkers to monitor and predict the severity of disease, and the likely outcome of immunotherapy.

 
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Biomarkers Dissemination Seminar - Copenhagen

Biomarkers Dissemination Seminar - Copenhagen
 

4 December. This seminar shares ideas for innovation and capacity building in the field of biomarkers’ research and development and its translations into clinical use.

Topics include:

Big data and Analytics from a regulatory perspective, Nikolai Brun (Danish Medicines Agency)
End user perspectives– on the needs in the clinic and the potentials of involving patient organisations in prioritization and translation, Bent Deleuran (University of Aarhus)
Potentials and needs among enterprises engaged in biomarkers research and development, Michael Grunkin (Visiopharm)
Innovation potentials in digital biomarkers, Lars Maaløe (Corti)

 
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BIOfit - December - Lille (France)

BIOfit - December - Lille (France)
 

4 + 5 December. This year’s edition of BioFIT, the leading European partnering event for early-stage deals and investment rounds in the Life Sciences field, is very promising: Already more than 1,200 key players registered.

With the highest attending rate of academics, TTOs and research institutions, BioFIT is the place where academia-industry collaborations get started. BioFIT has taken on a whole new dimension becoming the meeting point in Europe for tech transfer and for sourcing early-stage innovations stemming from public research institutions, academic spin-offs and emerging biotech companies.

Members of the Biopeople network get a discount on registration fees.

 
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High Tea Health and Fertility: How do we break the infertility code? - Copenhagen

High Tea Health and Fertility:  How do we break the infertility code? - Copenhagen

18 December. Infertility has become a problem worldwide. In Denmark, one in 12 newborns is the result of fertility treatment.

Interested in learning more about the research and about different strategies towards developing more efficient, personalised and less costly infertility treatments?

On top of the science, you will get a great view over the city while enjoying the high tea with a Christmas theme.

 
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Innovation for Health 2019 - Rotterdam

Innovation for Health 2019 - Rotterdam
 

14 February 2019, Rotterdam. Innovation for Health is Netherlands´ premier conference for innovators in Health and Life Sciences. This is the place where key players in health and care, from bench to boardroom, from start-up to multinational, from Life Sciences to Medtech, come to strengthen existing contacts and to expand their networks and knowledge.

The Biopeople network can get a 50 euro discount.

 
 
 
 
 

Invitation to join the Danish delegation to BIOKOREA 2019 in April

Danish SMEs and startups are encouraged to join the Danish delegation to BIOKOREA 17-19 April 2019.

This year is the 60th Diplomatic Relations Anniversary between Denmark and Korea, and ICDK Seoul will establish a Danish Pavilion and hold a "Danish Seminar" as a side event to the official conference programme. Danish companies are encouraged to contact Biopeople if interested in joining the delegation.

 
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Biopeople is Denmark’s Life Science Cluster. We are located at the University of Copenhagen, acting as a neutral catalyst for collaboration between private enterprise and public research. Biopeople is co-founded by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science. Our cluster partnership comprises all major public and private research and educational institutions, a large number of private companies plus the Danish Medicines Agency. We create inspiring meeting places, facilitate cross-disciplinary collaboration and stimulate innovation. Biopeople has been awarded the Gold label for Cluster Management Excellence from the European Secretariat for Cluster Analysis.

 
 
 
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