This forum event aims to introduce innovative approaches in technology transfer for the bioeconomy, taking into account the specifi c requirements of life sciences. Therefore the forum will compare diff erent approaches in Germany and the Netherlands and will not only focus on the transfer from lab to industry, but will also take a broader view on open innovation approaches to create favorable conditions to stimulate collaboration between companies.
Entrepreneurs, industry, small and medium sized enterprises, academia, infrastructure interested in supporting technology transfer on different levels.
PROGRAMME and SPEAKERS
16:05 Introduction BioBase4SME Project by Carolin Lange, CLIB2021
16:15 Cooperate to innovate by Markus Struppe, UnternehmerTUM, Center for Innovation and Business Creation at TUM
16:45 Universities of Applied Sciences taking up a key role in innovation by Douwe-Frits Broens, Centre of Expertise Biobased Economy (CoE BBE), Breda
17.15 HHU Founding University by Arne Bergfeld, Center for Entrepreneurship Düsseldorf (CEDUS) HHU Düsseldorf
17:45 Clustering of SMEs as a means to bring innovation to market by Dennis van der Pas, REWIN West-Brabant
18:15 Making research more affordable and less time consuming by Tobias Wingbermuehle, clustermarket
18:30 Get together