Special 12/2012

  • BIO-Regions in the European Union

    In an era of tight purse-strings when it comes to collecting capital for long-term projects like drug development, the concentration of know-how in a biotech cluster, incubator or meta-cluster offers bio­tech companies many advantages. Access to a common infrastructure and networks, better visibility for potential corporate and VC investors, and improved access to public funding are only a few of them. Well­­-established biotech hubs also exert an irresistible appeal to national and EU policymakers. They of course are seeking to create high-paying jobs, attract new companies as well as investors and stimulate the socioeconomic growth of entire regions (see p. 38). In this special, EuroBio­techNews presents some of the strategies that European bio-incubators are implementing in their quests to become the next major global hub.

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