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Kankercongres - Gent 2017

Universiteit Gent, Faculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde Tweekerkenstraat 2, 9000 Gent
Sat 21 Oct 2017
09:00

This conference brings the different stakeholders within cancer research and treatments together and gives an overview of the latest trends and breakthroughs. Speakers won't use complicated s…

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Biotechdag 2017

Technologiepark Gent
Sun 22 Oct 2017
12:30

(N)eat to know! We eat multiple times each day, at least if we're among the lucky ones. This is not that common. How can we strive to - with respect for the environment- provide food for as…

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Bootcamp in entrepreneurial innovation in orphan diseases

Provinciehuis Vlaams-Brabant. Leuven, Belgium
Mon 23 Oct 2017 - Wed 25 Oct 2017
23 Oct 09:00 - 25 Oct 17:00

What are the key drivers and resistors for development of diagnostics and therapeutics in orphan diseases? How to build a value proposition and sustainable business plan in this setting? When movi…

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How Aphea.Bio managed to gather the funds to transcend from academia to industry

How Aphea.Bio managed to gather the funds to transcend from academia to industry

In a previous article, we discussed the challenges that go along with bringing an idea from academia to industry and making it a profitable company. Aphea.Bio is an agriculture startup, originatin…

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Reveal every detail of your mAbs with micro-Chips

Reveal every detail of your mAbs with micro-Chips

It has been an eventful year for PharmaFluidics. Its first product, a nano-LC micro Pillar Array Chromatography column (µPACᵀᴹ), was presented to the market, commercially launched, and very well r…

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AI improves patient care

AI improves patient care

Curing and caring for patients is a comprehensive process that requires research to discover new drugs, clinical trials to test the safety and efficacy those drugs, and coaching and mentoring to e…

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First to file? How to handle post-experimental data

First to file? How to handle post-experimental data

Is it best to file as early as possible with very broad claims to make sure your innovations are protected? This is an often-employed strategy in which additional results are added in a later stag…

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Diagnosed with lung cancer

Diagnosed with lung cancer

A patient diagnosed with lung cancer should brace for the worst. Prognosis is often very disappointing. While in many cancers early diagnosis and treatment is key, lung cancer patients experience …

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Tackling untreatable cancers in children

Tackling untreatable cancers in children

Bram De Wilde is a pediatric hemato-oncologist at the University Hospital in Ghent. He is one of the keynote speakers in the afternoon session at the ‘Kankercongres’ in Ghent, October 21. Kankerco…

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BCF Career Event, to boost your career in Life Sciences

Are you aware of the many career opportunities for Life Sciences professionals? If you are interested to explore these options and meet a wide range of employers from your own sector, then visit B…

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Walloon radio-isotope technology in the fight against cancer

Walloon radio-isotope technology in the fight against cancer

Wallonia can pride itself on harbouring some of the key players in the radiopharmaceutical sector. IRE/IRE-Elit, Trasis and ANMI – to name but three of those in the field – are innovative companie…

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The leap from academia to industry

The leap from academia to industry

The earlier in development, the greater the risk. It’s an unspoken law in biotech that makes valorizing promising academic projects difficult to fund. Venture Capitalists (VCs) specialized in earl…

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Scientists unravel role of glutamine synthetase in the spread of cancer

Scientists have discovered an essential mechanism in the spread of cancer. A team led by professor Massimiliano Mazzone (VIB-KU Leuven) and professor Alessandra Castegna (University of Bari) has d…

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Fighting plant diseases with the smell of freshly mown grass

Bioengineers at Ghent University have managed to protect wheat and rice from diseases by using substances made by plants themselves that spread the scent of freshly mown grass. Freshly mown gr…

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 Strong communication in biotech is lacking

Strong communication in biotech is lacking

Many biotech management teams fail to reach out to investors in a clear and appealing way.

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Upcoming events

Kankercongres - Gent 2017

Universiteit Gent, Faculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde Tweekerkenstraat 2, 9000 Gent
Sat 21 Oct 2017
09:00

This conference brings the different stakeholders within cancer research and treatments together and gives an overview of the latest trends and breakthroughs. Speakers won't use complicated s…

Read more

Biotechdag 2017

Technologiepark Gent
Sun 22 Oct 2017
12:30

(N)eat to know! We eat multiple times each day, at least if we're among the lucky ones. This is not that common. How can we strive to - with respect for the environment- provide food for as…

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Bootcamp in entrepreneurial innovation in orphan diseases

Provinciehuis Vlaams-Brabant. Leuven, Belgium
Mon 23 Oct 2017 - Wed 25 Oct 2017
23 Oct 09:00 - 25 Oct 17:00

What are the key drivers and resistors for development of diagnostics and therapeutics in orphan diseases? How to build a value proposition and sustainable business plan in this setting? When movi…

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