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24.11.2020

Research and innovation sectors are protagonists in November, along with new rounds of funding and advances in the Catalan vaccine against COVID-19.

09.11.2020

For the graduation ceremony of the d·HEALTH Barcelona health innovation program, three specialists at benchmark hospitals in Barcelona were invited to debate where healthcare should be headed in order to tackle this and future pandemics.

30.10.2020

The seventh edition of d·HEALTH Barcelona postgraduate program ended yesterday with a virtual graduation actor, where the 9 fellows presented the projects that they have developed in the course of 9 months, and that seek to resolve clinical needs directly related or accentuated by Covid - 19.

Detall de la sessió Chasing Covid
27.10.2020

More than 200 people followed this event organized by Biocat online, which featured 20 projects and gave out two awards in the categories Beautiful Science and Game Changer.

22.07.2020

Current generations will remember 2020 as the year everything changed. People confined to their homes, industries at minimum production levels, hospitals overflowing, borders closed and, in general, a world put on pause by the whims of a virus that popped up almost overnight. The BioRegion wasn’...

23.06.2020

Covid-19 continues to be a trending topic, but research in other fields is regaining prominence

Biobanc. Autor: IGTP
27.05.2020

The Department of Research and Innovation (DGRIS) and Biocat have established the criteria for the donations and provided advisory services.

11.05.2020

Predicting and establishing the prognosis of diseases is key to controlling them. Biocat will provide support for the 19 research projects in the BioRegion awarded €4 million from the Catalan Ministry of Health to research the pandemic, 6 of which are looking into possible prediction or...

11.05.2020

A few days ago, the 19 research projects in the BioRegion awarded €4 million from the Catalan Ministry of Health to research the pandemic, with technical support from Biocat, were announced. Of these projects, 3 are researching potential vaccines for the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Let’s look at the...