Meet inspiring people from science and business at the Heidelberg Campus.
Scientific Events in Heidelberg
“Single cell epigenome dynamics in mammalian development”, Prof. Wolf Reik, The Babraham Institute, Cambridge, UK
Speaker: Prof. Wolf Reik, The Babraham Institute, Cambridge, UK
Host: Dr. Renata Jurkowska, BioMed X
Wolf Reik obtained his MD from the University of Hamburg. He did …
The BioRN Network association connects science and business. It promotes the development of the biotech region into one of the leading life science clusters in Europe.
BioMed X has been part of the BioRN Network since 2013.
DKFZ PostDoc Network
PostDocs of BioMed X are invited to participate in activities of the DKFZ PostDoc Network, such as networking events and scientific workshops.
Since October 2015, BioMed X and DKFZ PostDoc Network regularly host a scientific networking event, the “Lunch Talk Series”.
Core Facilities: EMBLEM
EMBL Enterprise Management Technology Transfer GmbH (EMBLEM) is an affiliate and the commercial arm of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL). Established in 1999, EMBLEM identifies, protects and commercializes the intellectual property developed in the EMBL-world, from EMBL-alumni and from third parties. EMBLEM facilitates and accelerates the transfer of innovative technology from basic research to industry by working closely with industrial partners spanning the biotech, pharmaceutical, IT and engineering markets to develop new diagnostics, drugs, therapies, machines and devices.
Infrastructure: Technology Park
Within its 80,000 square meters of rental space at five different locations, with more than 80 local companies and research facilities, Heidelberg Technology Park is one of Germany’s most important biotechnology centers and a world leader. The recently-opened fifth site is part of Heidelberg’s new Bahnstadt district, where housing and high-tech go hand in hand in an attractive neighborhood. The Skylabs facility offers 20,000 square meters of flexible office and laboratory space.