Marie-Dominique Simonet Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research as well as Jean-Claude Marcourt Minister of Economy and employment honored the closing session and award ceremony with their presence. Our specialization is on technology and accordingly we employ suitably qualified staff as well as offering an international approach: Currently more than 50 staff representing 13 native languages work in Aachen, Berlin, Dortmund, Paris and Peking. Biomedica 2010 will take place in Aachen, Germany, on March, 17 + 18, 2010. EEN Enterprise Europe Network, specialists in B2B services, hosted this year’s match making session.-In the category of “medical devices” the award went to Veronique Vermeeren for her poster on “Diamond based biosensors with an impedimentric and label free read out allowed”.
International key note speaker Prof. More than 850 people gathered at the Palais des Congrès in Liege to take part in life sciences conferences and peruse the accompanying exhibition addressing leading breakthroughs. Lutz Stehling from the German company mNEMOSCIENCE, won the first prize for their extremely Escalator Manufacturers compelling elevator pitch. We look forward to welcoming you again in Aachen next year. This is the first time that Biomedica has welcomed so many leading sponsors & exhibitors to the summit. The conferences were furthermore supported by 45 sponsors & exhibitors who presented their high tech products and services on 2,900 m2 of space across 2 floors. Mr.Further awards included the AKM (Aachener Kompetenzzentrum Medizintechnik) award was presented by Prof. This summit has shown, for the third consecutive year, the close collaboration between scientists, students and managers alike across Belgian, the Netherlands and Germany. Schmitz-Rode to Christian Burger from Kings College, London. Customers include Takeda Pharma, Mitsubishi Pharma Germany, Research Center Jülich, the DLR (German Aerospace Center), Kieback&Peter, Echelon in the USA and the TÜV Academy. External companies had opportunity to secure capital from investors in the form of elevator pitches. An overwhelming amount of jobs were posted in the Biomedica Job Fair portal which was further reinforced by the many active conversations which took place in the job fair arena.
Maud Guéders received the ‘Fund Léon Frédéricq – Remarkable success stories by Pr.TEMA technology marketing AG with headquarters in Aachen have been full service marketing service providers for medium-sized businesses since their foundation in 1994. Researchers were also highlighted in the poster competition. Vincent Geenen” award. Dr. Skills3 ensured that the job fair was full of recently graduated professionals and human resource managers.Our core competence areas are market research, press work (online/offline), advertising, event management and business development. A crowd of interested participants continually surrounded the posters during each break.-In the category of “molecular medicine and imaging” the award went to David Musmeci (Metastasis research laboratory, GIGA cancer, University of Liege) for his poster on “Identification of New Accessible Biomarkers in Human Glioblastoma”. Dr. 122 high quality posters were submitted by Phd students / graduates. Yongmin Kim of the University of Washington, Seattle, USA, filled the auditorium with his presentation on “Translational research and technology commercialization in bioengineering”. From the 122 posters 4 lucky individuals received an award for their work. TEMA currently publishestrade magazines, organizes international trade fairs and congresses and functions as the outsourced marketing department for approximately 30 enterprises, predominantly medium-sized businesses.
These professionals have been committed to Biomedica’s success since the very first event. Furthermore, over 40 presentations were held by renowned professors and doctors in the fields on biomaterial & polymers, nutraceuticals and pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and molecular medicine and imaging. 74 52062 Aachen Germany Tel.850 visitors, 40 presentations and awarded young researchers International, very high quality presentations, excellent integration of young scientists, are phrases that kept surfacing during the course of Biomedica 2009, April 1 + 2, Liege, Belgium. Alain Chariot and Dr.Dr.deThis release was published on openPR. Right up to the very last minute the matchmaking room was full of potential partners from life science companies and research institutes.dehttp://www. All pitches were well received and extensive discussions with potential investors took place following each presentation. Laurent Nguyen received the ‘Fondation Marcel-Florkin’ award for their work.-In the category of “biomaterial and biopolymer” the award went to Cindy Kottgen for her poster on “Synthesis and swelling behaviour of PLA-PEO-PLA and PCL-PEO_PCL copolymers”.