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There are more than 40 nanodrugs on the market, most for cancer, but now the challenge is to lower costs so they can be integrated into the healthcare system.


Co-organized by the Barcelona Medical Association (COMB), Barcelona Activa, Keiretsu Forum (international network of investors) and Biocat.


B·Debate, the Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology and the UAB Institute of Biotechnology and Biomedicine will bring together more than 60 international experts from 9 to 11 October in Barcelona.


Research in this field will bring more pest-resistant plants and higher-quality fruit. With new technology, we can avoid transgenic crops.


More than 50 international experts are debating the current state of research and expectations for the future in industry and agriculture at the scientific debates organized by B·Debate and CRAG from 2 to 4 October in Barcelona. 


In the life sciences, Eduard Batlle of IRB Barcelona will receive €2.5 millions in funding to continue with colorectal cancer research.


Experts from around the world are meeting in Barcelona from 18 to 20 September to debate the prospects for this supercomputing technology available as of 2020, which will promote personalized medicine.


With this personalized ‘virtual copy’, doctors will be able to test patients’ reactions to different drugs as of 2020.


An intense year with more than 54 activities and scientific debates, as well as preparation of two bids for the EIT’s KICs and the Moebio initiative, among others.


Catalan Minister Boi Ruiz presented the 'Barcelona Respiratory Network' made up of university hospitals, companies, research centers and social organizations.