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The digital health boom in Barcelona: a growing ecosystem

The BioRegion has seen a substantial growth of digital health companies in the last ten years, as well as a significant increase in the investment received. We give you the figures and the keys of the transformation of this sector into a vibrant ecosystem.


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


The UK Department for International Trade has launched a campaign to help European Union businesses prepare for the end of the UK-EU transition period and has put forward a series of formulas to help companies adapt to the new regulations


The speed dating meeting had 16 projects from research groups and 27 executives interested in contributing their knowledge in strategy and business management

Current realities and reasonable expectations for sustainable personalized medicine

With the second wave of Covid-19 seeming, at that time, only a possible threat and not yet an actual scenario, four renowned experts from industry, academia, policymaking and clinical research gathered in a physical-virtual blended setting during the presentation of the BioRegion of Catalonia Life Sciences and Healthcare Outlook – Challenges ahead, at end of September, to shed light on the main questions about...


The event, which will take place on November 3, brings together scientists and executives in 30-minute meetings so they can forge new synergies and grow the Catalan bioentrepreneurial ecosystem

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Ona Therapeutics, Glycardial, ABLE Human Motion and Pebble Analytics were the other finalists in this event that took place during the presentation of the 2020 BioRegion Report

An optimistic sector booming in a recession

September drew to a close with good news for the life sciences and healthcare sector in a year when good news hasn’t exactly been abundant. The BioRegion of Catalonia Life Sciences and Healthcare Outlook 2020 - Challenges Ahead, a report compiled jointly by Biocat and CataloniaBio & HealthTech, has revealed that investment in startups in Catalonia so far this year has hit €120 million, well above the €112 million from all of 2019. Fall is bringing fresh air, literally and metaphorically, to the BioRegion.

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Venture capital with international participation is up 67.1%, becoming the main driving force behind increased investment, according to BioRegion of Catalonia Life Sciences and Healthcare Outlook 2020 - Challenges Ahead, presented by Biocat and CataloniaBio & HealthTech.

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President of the Government of Catalonia Quim Torra will inaugurate the event, which will take place online on September 28, going over investment figures updated through September 2020