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Contributors

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Plant Biotechnology and Tissue Culture
GENE & CELL THERAPY from Israel
GENE DISCOVERY and FUNCTIONAL GENOMICS
Bionanotechnology
Bio-Medical Engineerig
Fertility
Fermentation Technology
Molecular Imaging
Medical-, and Environmental Diagnostics
Neurological Disorders
Oncology and Cancer Therapy
Information Based Medicine
Immunology, Vaccine Design, Immunotherapy and Autoimmune Diseases
Drug Delivery
Recombinant Proteins and Protein Design
Functional Foods
Tissue Engineering
Genomics and Proteomics
Drug-Discovery
Nano-technology


Description
The life sciences sector is a competitive market with many breakthrough discoveries. From university to incubator to company the discoveries are quickly turned from business opportunities to new high-tech ventures and eventually to full fledged companies. However, in this sector it is no longer the idea that makes for success but rather the quick identification of key technologies and the correct the handling thereof. The fastest speed to market is sought after through investment, strategic alliances, co-operation, and acquisition.

The Life Sciences Project Bulletin was created with this in mind: to publish the newest technologies in order to give its readers a cutting edge advantage in finding the right business opportunities, and partners.
The Life Sciences Project Bulletin promotes new technologies and developments and focuses on bringing to light new business opportunities in Israel, the Netherlands and worldwide. It provides a comprehensive survey of projects available in various Life Sciences sectors from Israel, The Netherlands and other countries.

The projects in the bulletin come from various stages of development. They can vary from University projects to full-fledged company profiles. All projects are patented. They can include start-ups, companies looking for promotion and others. The condition is that they correspond to the subject of the bulletin.

Objectives
The aim of the bulletin is to be a meeting place between projects/companies and investors and companies. It intends to promote collaboration between companies, survey investment opportunities, and business development. It promotes venturing and R&D collaboration and is also an educative tool for surveying specific markets which can be used for companies, institutes and universities.

Contact Information of the Projects
To receive the contact information of a project you can contact us by sending an email to optin@optin.nl. We will send you all contact details of the project. You will recieve the contact information for free.

Contributors
Contributors are Matimop, the Israeli Industry centre for R&D (Matimop), university technology transfer companies, private companies, incubators, Institutes, venture capitalists and consultants.

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