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tips from boston for healthcare entrepreneurs CIMIT Biocat

Who will pay for my product? Who can kill it? How do I approach investors? What happens if I fail? Experts from CIMIT (Boston), the most experienced health accelerator in the world, share some of the lessons they’ve learned accelerating more than 600 healthtech projects in 15 years.


CRAASH Barcelona kick off

The program will continue with web meetings, market validation in Europe and a final presentation in Boston


Call is open until March 11 for projects from the medical device, diagnostics and e/digital health sector

CRAASH Barcelona From lab to market

The new initiative will bring research of excellence to market with top experts from the Boston ecosystem

Health & Bio 2017

The initiative organised by Banco Sabadell’s BStartup, Biocat and CataloniaBio brings together 160 meetings among scientists and executives

Sergio Calleja

The spin-off of Hospital Clinic, which develops liquid biopsy solutions to diagnose cancer, has been granted CE marking

Health Bio Team Dating

More than 100 scientists and executives have participated in Health & Bio Team Dating, a speed-dating event for scientists and science managers to promote new projects in the healthcare and life sciences arena

Leukos Biotech

The spin-off of the Josep Carreras Leukemia Research Institute, founded in 2015, develops a new class of drugs for the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia

A.Nonell, X.Trepat, AG.Fernández

The project seeks to foster public-private technology transfer in Catalonia and is part of the Ferrer R&D strategy to promote innovation through collaborations

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Dr. Joan Bigorra, director of Innovation at the Hospital Clínic Barcelona

New knowledge regarding the genetic and molecular make-up of diseases and developments in information and imaging technology is changing the face of biomedical research.