flanders.bio is an independent life sciences cluster organisation based in Flanders, Belgium

flanders.bio is a dynamic, member driven organisation with currently more than 350 members from Belgium and abroad. We help our members to create value by organising Networking and Training Activities, supporting Internationalisation, providing Services and building Expertise. flanders.bio and its members want to be the proud advocates of a reputable global-impact ecosystem in life sciences.

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flanders.bio launches new website for its flagship event knowledge for growth

We are proud to announce that we just launched a brand new website for our flagship event knowledge for growth, that will take place on May 17th, 2018 in Ghent. Discover it now: www.knowledgeforgrowth.be

flanders.bio launches new website for its flagship event knowledge for growth

We are proud to announce that we just launched a brand new website for our flagship event knowledge for growth, that will take place on May 17th, 2018 in Ghent. Discover it now: www.knowledgeforgrowth.be

ThromboGenics Business Update - Q3 2017

ThromboGenics NV (Euronext Brussels: THR), a biotechnology company developing novel medicines for back of the eye diseases and focused on diabetic eye disease, today issues a business update for the three-month period ending 30 September 2017.

Finance | 20 October 17 Read more

Newly described process in Parkinson’s protein as a potential new therapy route

An international group of researchers led by Professor Wim Versées (VIB-VUB) has unraveled the workings of an essential mechanism in ‘Parkinson’s protein’ LRRK2. Their study demonstrates a direct link between the protein’s ‘dimerization’ – two copies that are bound together –and mutations that lead to Parkinson’s disease. This process could eventually lead to a promising therapy route. This research has been published in the leading academic journal Nature Communications.

Research | 19 October 17 Read more

Imec en de UGent openen HomeLab

Gisteren openden imec en de UGent op het technologiepark in Zwijnaarde HomeLab, een digitale leef- en leeromgeving die de woning van de toekomst als uitgangspunt neemt – en waar bedenkers, designers, ontwikkelaars en testgebruikers slimme diensten en producten kunnen ontwikkelen en/of testen.

Research | 19 October 17 Read more

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