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Synergies in Biotechnology

23.11.2003

Hannover - “New concepts in molecular medicine from Finland and Germany” and possibilities for cooperations were explored by representatives from politics, economy and science at a joint event in October at the trade fair Biotechnica 2003 in Hannover, Germany. German Research Minister Edelgard Bulmahn and Leif Fagernäs, Finland's embassador in Germany, underlined the big economical impact of biotechnology. “Now is the time to invest in biosciences. It is the key technology of this century”, said Bulmahn. “For ten years, Finland has exported more biotechnology products than it imported”, remarked Fagernäs and added that there is however a lack in technology transfer and a low level of patenting with many patents being filed in the USA. The event emphasized the fair's international character and was jointly organized by the Finnish Institute in Berlin, the German-Finnish Chamber of Commerce, Finnish Bioindus-tries and BioTOP Berlin-Brandenburg.

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08.03.2012

The vaccine research centre of the University of Tampere in Finland has out­licenced a candidate combined prophylactic vaccine against norovirus and rota­virus infections. The Japanese vaccine venture UMN Pharma Inc. acquired the...

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07.03.2012

Finnish protein manufacturer Vectron Biosolutions AS has completed a study comparing different expression technologies. According to Vectron, their proprietary E. coli expression technology gave higher yields for seven out of ten...

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02.03.2012

Lappeenranta – Finnish paper industry major UPM plans to invest in an industry-scale biorefinery producing biofuels from crude tall oil, a by-product of the wood pulp manufacturing process. UPM’s total investment will amount to...

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18.12.2011

Helsinki/Göttingen – Finnish laboratory supplier Biohit Oyj has sold its liquid handling business for €68m to German process and labtech provider Sartorius AG. Osmo Suovaniemi, founder and Chairman of the Board at Biohit,...

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17.12.2011

Porvoo/Chalfont St. Giles – GE Healthcare and Neste Jacobs have formed a strategic alliance to drive worldwide self-sufficiency in blood plasma fractionation. Finnish-based Neste Jacobs Oy, a global expert in plant engineering...

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31.10.2011

Bresso/Turku – The wedding's off between Newron and Biotie. The bride has run away. Shares in Italy's Newron Pharmaceuticals plunged after its proposed merger with Biotie Therapies Corp was called off by the Finnish firm....

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28.09.2011

Turku/ Bresso – It is both good and bad news for the Italian biotechnology sector: Finnish Biotie Therapies ASA has signed an agreement to acquire Newron Pharmaceuticals S.p.A. for €45 million. On the down side, Italy loses one...

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04.04.2011

Hafnarfjodur – Actavis Group CEO Claudio Albrecht announced at the beginning of February that the company may go public within the next 2-3 years, although it isn’t clear whether the generics manufacturer would conduct an IPO,...

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