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Innovation Award of the German BioRegions 2023

With the Innovation Award of the German BioRegions innovative patents from modern biotechnology and life science research including medical technology. Scientists have been successfully supported by the prize for 16 years in making their patented ideas visible and subsequently converting them into marketable products and founding their own companies.

To Applications are open to patent holders and candidates from university and non-university research institutions in Germany. The patents must relate to modern biotechnology or medical technology related to biotechnology. Inventions with high transfer and innovation potential are of particular interest in the application.

The six best applications are invited to present their research project within the framework of the German Biotechnology Days 2023 in Wiesbaden to an international specialist audience and potential investors. The three best applications win the Innovation Prize of the German BioRegions 2023. As a winner, you will receive one of the three prizes, each worth € 2.000, and benefit from the media attention and reporting in the specialist media. In addition, an audience prize of €2.000 will be awarded.

As in previous years, the prize money sponsors are the Springer Publishing, the Law firm Dehmel & Bettenhausen as the High-tech start-up fund. This year, the auditing company is sponsoring the additional audience award, which is determined and awarded during the awards ceremony PricewaterhouseCoopers GmbH.

Under all relevant information is summarized. Here you can still apply online until February 15.

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University of Leipzig: Annette Beck-Sickinger honored for significant research achievements

Annette G. Beck-Sickinger, Professor of Biochemistry and Bioorganic Chemistry at the University of Leipzig, receives the Richard Willstätter Prize for Chemical Biology 2023. The prize honors research achievements that make a decisive contribution to a deeper understanding of chemical-biological relationships


Ministry of Science launches “science on stage” ideas competition

As part of the white paper process on research in public scientific institutions in the Free State of Saxony, the Saxon Ministry of Science is launching an ideas competition. Under the label "science on stage - clear the stage for science", researchers are looking for original and creative solutions, impulses and suggestions for central fields of action of a future-oriented research policy in the Free State of Saxony. The competition will be held in two languages. Submissions are possible until March 17.03.2023, XNUMX.