Watch "Why Lithuania"
With 22 % annual sector growth, Lithuania is the fastest growing life sciences industry in the EU. More than 50 world class speakers, including Nobel prize winner, and more than 1,500 participants from over 30 countries will join Life Sciences Baltics 2018 in Vilnius.
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Lithuania joins the European molecular biology elite club
“With Lithuania’s involvement in international research infrastructure, the opportunities open up for our science to get acquainted with the latest achievements, to work with state of art laboratory equipment, to be at the doorsteps of new discoveries. It is important that Lithuanian biotechnologists will join the European molecular biology elite club as equal members”, – says Jurgita Petrauskienė, Lithuanian Minister of Education and Science.
Fracture Management – draw attention to your work
Baltic Fracture Competence Center (BFCC) maps the competences and future interests of experts active in the field of fracture management. BFCC is a cooperation network fostering innovation within fracture management. To underline stakeholders expertise BFCC will highlight fields of competence on the project website. Is your organization active in the field of fracture management? Take the opportunity to make your competences visible by using our online questionnaire below.
Digital health literacy Massive Open Online Courses: Watch videos or download leaflets in national languages
IC-Health develops Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCS) to support European citizens providing them a means to better navigate health information on the web and so improve their overall digital health literacy. The H2020 project has prepared short leaflets in national languages and short videos. The videos present the benefits of digital health literacy, give a short insight into the MOOCs, and showcase testimonialsRead more
The BONEBANK-Harvester has been tested with with anatomical specimen. The test certifies the safe function of the device and a good handling for the surgeon in different deployment scenarios. The tester confirmed the applicability of the device during the operation and the low risk assessment for the patient.
How to access the Baltic Fracture Competence Center – easily explained
The project partners from the University Medicine Greifswald have created a video that explains step by step how hospitals can register with the Transnational Fracture Registry Platform to participate and enter patient data. This platform is the core infrastructure element of the BFCC project to collect research data regarding fracture management and fracture-related complications.
The initiative represents a step forward in the implementation of the BLUE GROWTH strategy of the European Union. Up to 120 scientists, entrepreneurs and stakeholders from the public and the private sector will attend.
Well-being in Information Society – Fighting Inequalities, Turku 27 - 29 August
Registration is open with the early bird fees valid until 10 June. Register now.Welcome to WIS2018 which looks for innovations and fresh ideas in the cross-section of urban living, information society and health as understood in a wide sense. Starting in 2006, this is now the seventh conference in its series.
HealthBio 2018: Biggest annual Finnish biotech company meeting, Turku 5 - 6 September
The HealthBIO is the biggest annual Finnish biotech company meeting, gathering ca 200-250 attendees every year. Tero Piispanen, Director, internationalisation and Health Turku - and vice chairman of ScanBalt - will present the Finnish Biotech year 2018. Day 1 is a seminar with networking dinner, and the next day a partnering event is organized together with Business Finland and European Enterprise Network EEN.
As a part of the Baltic Sea Campus on eHealth (est. 2015), the eHealth Innovation Days (eHID) focus on reinforcing eHealth in the Baltic Sea Region. The main topic this year will be “Open Healthcare” which highlights the importance of participatory and cooperative aspects of eHealth and related disciplines.
eHealth Innovation Days 2018
Nordic Life Science Days is the largest Nordic partnering conference dedicated to the life science industry. NLSDays attracts leading decision makers from biotech, pharma and medtech as well as finance, research, policy and regulatory authorities.
Life Sciences Baltics 2018 is the only international forum in the Baltics for world-class biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical devices experts from all around the world. It provides a unique opportunity to explore the new horizons of partnerships, exchange ideas and seek progress through networking.
The conference engages decision makers from all walks of life like academia, industry and government in India and abroad. Educating and sharing with participants about innovations in various aspects of healthcare delivery with a mission to bring down the cost and improving the quality of care. The conference will have exhibition spaces and B2B meetings for foreign delegates.
ProVaHealth Living Lab Development Workshop 9 October: Reserve the date
WHINN - Week of Health and INNovation, Odense, 9 - 11 October
BONE INNOVATION SUMMIT, February 13 - 14 2019, Lübeck
What is the future of bone healing? Which innovative processes are currently being developed? How to meet challenges as osteoporosis, implant related infections and non-unions? At the BONE INNOVATION SUMMIT, clinicians, scientists and industry meet to share research findings and promote knowledge exchange as well as innovative ideas. The three projects BFCC, BONEBANK and Northopedics drive innovations in the field of bone healing.
BONE INNOVATION SUMMIT
Join the Accelerator
Project partnering and coordinated investments
Return of investment more than 15 to 1
Thematic accelerator activities
SME support service and Business Club
Visibility and participation
Well-being in Information Society (Turku)
Brokerage Event for 2019 SC1 calls (Oslo)
HealthBio 2018 (Turku)
eHealth Innovation Days 2018 (Flensburg)
Nordic Life Science Days (Stockholm)
Life Sciences Baltics 2018 (Vilnius)
InnoHEALTH 2018 (New Delhi)
ProVaHealth Living Lab Development Workshop (Odense)
WHINN 2018 (Odense)
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