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Sweden - Catalonia hubs : life science and technology for growth and social impact

An online event on December 9 (“Sweden and Catalonia: minds and talent at work: the answer is in innovation and science”), organized jointly by the Delegation of the Government of Catalonia to Nordic Countries and Biocat, captured the power of these two ecosystems and discussed new trends and work methods that have come out of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Over 20 companies and a hundred research centers have taken part in the event.


The combination of new bioengineering techniques and developments in the field of medical technology is destined to radically change cancer diagnoses and treatment. Close to 200 researchers, technicians and investors from international and the BioRegion research centers, have participated in the Short Course Bioengineering and MedTech against Cancer, organized jointly by Medicen Paris Region and the Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC), in conjunction with Biocat,  the “la Caixa” Foundation and Meditecnologia, with the support of EIT Health and as part of a B-Debate.


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


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.