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Kurma Partners closes diagnostics fund with 83 million euros

Kurma Part­ners has reached over EUR 83 mil­lion with the clos­ing of its fund Kurma Dia­gnostics 2 (KDx2), ex­ceed­ing its init­al tar­get.…

SciRhom augments seed financing to reach total funding of 16 million euros

The Martin­sried-based com­pany SciRhom was able to in­crease its seed cap­it­al to a total of EUR 16 mil­lion in an­oth­er seed fin­an­cing…

Dermagnostix closes seven-digit seed round

The Fried­berg-based dia­gnostics start-up Der­magnostix suc­cess­fully com­pleted its seed round and raised a seven-digit sum. This is to…

"German-Chinese Working Group for the Promotion of the Health and Medical Industry" established

The "Ger­man-Chinese Work­ing Group for the Pro­mo­tion of the Health and Med­ic­al In­dustry" was foun­ded at MEDICA 2021. With this…

BIO International Convention 2022 in the USA - secure your place at the joint stand now!

In the sum­mer of 2022, BIO In­ter­na­tion­al will take place as a pres­ence event in San Diego, USA, from June 13 to 16, 2022. For…

NanoTemper Technologies again "Innovator of the Year"

Nan­oTem­per Tech­no­lo­gies GmbH from Mu­nich has taken first place in the TOP 100 in­nov­a­tion com­pet­i­tion in size cat­egory B (51 to…

Opening up markets abroad as a start-up - new funding program in Bavaria

The Bav­ari­an Min­istry of Eco­nom­ic Af­fairs sup­ports tech­no­logy-ori­ented start-ups with a new 2.1 mil­lion euro fund­ing pro­gram to…

WERK1 digital incubator in Munich receives funding of 22.4 million euros

The Bav­ari­an Min­istry of Eco­nom­ic Af­fairs is fund­ing the WERK1 di­git­al start-up cen­ter in Mu­nich with a total of 22.4 mil­lion…

COVID-19: Klinikum rechts der Isar of the Technical University of Munich expands antibody therapy

At Klinikum rechts der Isar of the Tech­nic­al University of Mu­nich (TUM), an­ti­bod­ies have already been suc­cess­fully used for months…

25th German Future Award goes to BioNTech researchers

Ger­man Pres­id­ent Frank-Wal­ter Stein­mei­er awar­ded the 25th Ger­man Fu­ture Award to re­search­ers from Mainz-based BioNTech Uğur…