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Austria Approves GM Legislation

09.10.2004

Vienna - Agribiotechnology opponents were disappointed in the new regulations on genetically modified (GM) foods, feed and acreage, approved by the Austrian Council in mid-September. The new regulation does not foresee a preference for a particular farming scheme, but makes it easier to ask for compensation if adven-titious bymixtures of GM crops in non-GM products occur. Additionally the regulation refers the establishment of so-called GM-free regions to the responsibility of Federal States. A public database will be set up that lists details and locations of all deliberate GM crop releases. Market approval of GM products will be limited to 10 years.

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09.03.2012

Breast cancer patients who receive radiation therapy often suffer from inflammation linked to the treatment. Austrian Apeiron Biologics AG is now developing a topical superoxide dismutase treatment (APN201) to try to help these...

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06.03.2012

The Paracelsus Private Medical University (PMU) in Salzburg is to build a new research center for spinal cord injuries. The €70m construction tab will be picked up by Dietrich Mateschitz, the owner of Red Bull. Other partners in...

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16.12.2011

Vienna – Two big investors have poured €25m into Austrian vaccine specialist Affiris AG. Venture fund Santo VC – the investment vehicle of German biotech investors Thomas and Andreas Strüngmann – donated €20m, while the German...

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08.11.2011

Vienna – In Affiris they trust – as a proof of their faith, two big investors poured €25 million into the Austrian developer of a possible Alzheimer drug. Venture fonds Santo VC, the investment vehicle of the German billionaires...

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17.08.2011

Innsbruck – Austrian specialist for so-called ugimeres, Ugichem GmbH, has landed fresh funding. Along with V+ GmbH and the Austrian Research Promotion Agency, Swiss private investors invested about EUR2m to develop the first...

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12.08.2011

Innsbruck – An Austrian physician has been fined EUR4,500 in a case involving a controversial stem cell therapy for incontinence. In early August, an Innsbruck Regional Court adjudged Hannes Strasser, who developed the method, at...

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11.06.2011

Vienna – Nabriva Therapeutics AG, an Austrian specialist for the development of novel antibiotics, has achieved proof-of-concept for its first product in a clinical Phase II study. Called BC-3781, the compound is used to treat...

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11.06.2011

Vienna – Nabriva Therapeutics AG, an Austrian specialist for the development of novel antibiotics, has achieved proof-of-concept for its first product in a clinical Phase II study. Called BC-3781, the compound is used to treat...

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28.04.2011

Vienna - f-star, an antibody specialist, today announced the closing of aEUR 15 Million financing. The investment was led by SR One, the corporate venture capital arm of GlaxoSmithKline. All of f-star’s existing investors, Atlas...

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