New Research Network

April 28, 2014

Since October 2012 research and innovation location Austria to an innovation rich by the Styrian human technology cluster was the training network of human technology (QnHT) “founded, which also Vivocell Biosolutions participates and will bring its expertise.” This research and knowledge network is one of the 10 winners of a tender, initiated by the Austrian Ministry of Economic Affairs, which is strengthening the research competence of SMEs using collaborations between companies, universities and universities of applied sciences to the target. In total, 20 projects were submitted in Austria, what ten by an international jury selected. The QnHT will run promoted and for two years now with 490,000 euros, are available to the skill of professionals from the medical technology industry Medizin(-Technik), biotechnology, pharmaceutical and life sciences in the Centre. As a whole participate in the FH Joanneum, various institutes of TU Graz and the Medical University of Graz, as well as 12 companies, including Vivocell, the new Knowledge network. 1-invitation to tender-qualification networks/funded projects of Vivocell Biosolutions was founded by physicians and scientists and each operates a Stammzellbank in Graz and Langenfeld near Dusseldorf.

There, umbilical cord blood is stored and prepared, to demand to be made available. Because the young blood-forming stem cells contained in cord blood for the treatment of leukemia by big significance, since they can ripen into all types of blood cells. Managing Director of Vivocell Mag. Helfried Hochmiller pleased, the special know-how of his company in the knowledge network to incorporate can turn to benefit from the expertise of the network partners with analytical methods and in connection with the use of devices. The greatest competence lies with Vivocell, especially in the FACS analysis (a certain kind of cell measurement) and risk analysis. In the wake of the skill you want to share new methods, procedures and products in the design of experiments, simulation and the evaluation develop and expand relevant competencies. Vivocell – Managing Director Hochmiller therefore expected from the interdisciplinary collaboration both the direct benefits for participating companies and institutions as also new research impetus for the innovation centre Styria, which benefits from the new contacts and developments will move all together.

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