Ambassadors Network

About

The DIGI-B-CUBE project is setting up an Ambassadors Network involving organisations from the EU, working or delivering services within the thematic framework of the project.

Role

The network aims to strengthen the international cooperation within the scope of DIGI-B-CUBE project. The Ambassador organisations are key intermediaries from various EU countries/regions and will support SMEs to benefit from the project schemes and services, and in turn supporting the DIGI-B-CUBE project in extending its outreach and impacts.

Activities

Raise awareness about the project and its activities, including open calls, and stimulate the involvement of relevant stakeholders in the project activities and objectives

Lead the dissemination and exploitation of project results, with a special focus on the results emerging from the open collaboration spaces and calls to drive European-wide awareness and interest in new industrial value chains created through the project

Ensure that the results of the project are exploited and have a lasting impact in Europe and empower stakeholders to take up the project results.

Organisations

Norway | aleap.no

Aleap, the largest non-profit health incubator in the Scandinavia, offers a community for health startups. Our mission is to facilitate innovation and value creation by developing an ecosystem for health startups that allows ambitious entrepreneurs and companies to develop innovative products faster and contribute to the rapid growth of the Norwegian healthcare sector. We do this, not by taking equity, but rather by offering a broad range of critical know-how, expertise, flexible infrastructure and international business networks.

Austria | bbmri.at

BBMRI.at – the Austrian Node of the pan-European Biobanking Research Infrastructure BBMRI-ERIC – is a consortium of 8 Austrian universities and their biobanks (i.e. Med Uni Graz, Vienna, Innsbruck, medical faculty of Johannes Kepler Uni, Paracelsus Med Uni, Vet Med Uni, Alpen Adria Uni Klagenfurt and University of Vienna). BBMRI.at brings together the main players from the biobanking field – researchers, biobankers, industry, and patients – to boost biomedical research. Main goals of BBMRI.at are to develop and harmonize the Austrian national biobanking research infrastructure, to facilitate access and foster the use of biological samples and data for academic and industrial research.

Austria | bnn.at

BioNanoNet Forschungsgesellschaft mbH (BNN) is an Austrian company that supports and guides towards a sustainable development of connected technologies. BNN is your key partner for (i) design in technology development (Safe-by-Design, Quality-by-Design, Sustainability-by-Design), (ii) innovation management, and (iii) alliances & clustering. BNN complements these services with many years experience in project management, and increases your visibility by targeted communication activities.

Core Competences:

  • design in technology development (Safe-by-Design, Quality-by-Design, Sustainability-by-Design),
  • innovation management,
  • alliances & clustering
  • project management and targeted communication activities

Switzerland | biopole.ch

Biopôle Lausanne is a life sciences campus based in Lausanne, Switzerland, bringing together a strong community of industry and academia. It offers a world-class combination of infrastructure, added value services, a dense network and unparalleled community engagement where our members can thrive and bring science to life. Today, Biopôle houses more than 100 companies and organizations, 25 world-famous research groups, a life science incubator (StartLab) and a Digital Health Hub (DH2), enabling outstanding innovation for the betterment of healthcare.

Germany | biorn.org

BioRN is the science and industry cluster of the Rhine-Main-Neckar region around Heidelberg, one of Germany’s strongest biotech hubs. It is a non-profit network fostering health innovations and serving its members by creating a rich translational ecosystem as well as promoting, representing and connecting the regional innovation stakeholders. Our vision is to develop the region into a world-leading life science cluster attracting international investments and top global talent. BioRN has more than 100 institutional members, including the top academic and research institutions, 7 global pharmaceutical companies, a large range of small and medium-sized enterprises bolstering the life science ecosystem as well as local government organizations and interest groups.

France | medicen.org

Medicen Paris Region is the life science cluster located in Paris. We are a non-for-profit member organization with more than 475 members (industries, academics, laboratories, SMEs) covering all the value chain (Biotech, Med-tech, Digital-Health). Since 2005, our mission is to connect expertise, to foster collaboration in bringing together public and private entities involved in healthcare innovation in the Paris Region. Involved in several European projects, we have a large connection with the European ecosystem and opportunities for innovation activities.

Denmark / Sweden | mva.org

Medicon Valley Alliance (MVA) is a non-profit membership organization in the Danish-Swedish life science cluster Medicon Valley, which is a part of Greater Copenhagen. Its +250 members represent the region’s triple helix and include universities, hospitals, human life science business, regional governments and service providers. MVA creates value for its members by co-hosting, launching and driving meetings, networks, seminars, conferences and projects, in order to strengthen the collaboration, networking and knowledge-sharing in the region’s life science community, create critical mass, and help realise the full potential of Medicon Valley.

Norway Health Tech has a vision of making Norway the world’s best arena for health innovation. We are a non-for-profit member organization with more than 270 members – representing the full value chain of healthcare. We address all areas of human health – with an eye for technology. Our mission is to improve quality in treatment and care by developing and industrializing world class health solutions through our members and eco-system. We will provide better healthcare solutions for all, through dissemination of innovative solutions that answer to unmet medical needs, cross-sector cooperation, and ensure that our members have the best contacts and relationships of relevant stakeholders in the global ecosystem.

Norwegian Smart Care Cluster (NSCC) is a cluster with more than 140 companies and 50 municipalities/government institutions as participants. The cluster has its origins in the Stavanger region, but our members are now from all over Norway and internationally.  We work with Smart Care – digital healthcare solutions for the interplay between user-patient in their home and municipality / hospital.

Vision: Generating impact through Smart Care solutions.

Mission: We work to develop the Norwegian health industry by promoting sustainable solutions that provide a better life for users as well as cost-effective and quality-assured deliveries of health & care services.

Norway | tlsc.no

The purpose of The Life Science Cluster is to achieve sustainable business development in the life sciences field. The Life Science Cluster aims to create and develop workplaces by strengthening the interaction and knowledge sharing between and within research, educational, private and public sectors. The cluster comprises members from all the life science sectors – from agriculture through forestry, aquaculture, bioindustry and healthcare – to tap into cross-sector synergies. Tomorrow’s solutions are created through extensive international collaboration. The Life Science Cluster will help establish an international position and visibility for the Norwegian life science-based industry.