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Biotechnology in Germany From BioRegions to BioClusters Keys for succes Dr. Klaus Plate CEO Heidelberg Technology Park Sino-European Forum on Innovation.

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Präsentation zum Thema: "Biotechnology in Germany From BioRegions to BioClusters Keys for succes Dr. Klaus Plate CEO Heidelberg Technology Park Sino-European Forum on Innovation."—  Präsentation transkript:

1 Biotechnology in Germany From BioRegions to BioClusters Keys for succes Dr. Klaus Plate CEO Heidelberg Technology Park Sino-European Forum on Innovation Clusters Paris, January 25, 2007

2 Biotechnology in Europe

3 BioRegio Freiburg BioRegio Stuttgart/ Neckar-Alb (Tübingen) Biotech- nologie Ulm Biotech- nologie München BioRegion Rhein-Neckar- Dreieck BioRegio Regensburg BioRegion Rhein-Main (Frankfurt-Mainz) BioRegio Rheinland (Köln-Bonn- Aachen BioMIT Mittelhessen (Marburg- Gießen) BioRegio N Braunschweig- Hannover- Göttingen) BioTOP Berlin-Bran- denburg BioRegio Jena BioRegion Halle-Leipzig BioRegio Greifswald-Rostock Bioinitiative Nord (Hamburg- Kiel-Lübeck Region Bremen Region Nordwestl. Nieder- sachsen German BioRegions

4 BioRegio Freiburg BioRegio Stuttgart/ Neckar-Alb (Tübingen) Biotech- nologie Ulm Biotech- nologie München BioRegion Rhein-Neckar- Dreieck BioRegio Regensburg BioRegion Rhein-Main (Frankfurt-Mainz) BioRegio Rheinland (Köln-Bonn- Aachen BioMIT Mittelhessen (Marburg- Gießen) BioRegio N Braunschweig- Hannover- Göttingen) BioTOP Berlin-Bran- denburg BioRegio Jena BioRegion Halle-Leipzig BioRegio Greifswald-Rostock Bioinitiative Nord (Hamburg- Kiel-Lübeck Region Bremen Region Nordwestl. Nieder- sachsen German BioRegions

5 50 million DM for research projects in biotechnology for three model regions: BioRegio Rhineland (Köln, Bonn, Achen) BioRegion Rhine-Neckar-Triangle (Heidelberg) Biotechnology Munich (München) plus 20 million DM for the special region: BioRegio Jena BioRegio Funding Source: BioRegion Rhine-Neckar-Triangle

6 Conditions for BioRegio Funding The perspective of a short or medium-term commercialisation of the results, preferentially by founding a biotech company The commercial realization of the results within the region The confinancing of the project by private capital, generally with at least 50 % of the total cost of the project Time span: 1st Jan 1997 – 31st Dec 2001 Source: BioRegion Rhine-Neckar-Triangle

7 Selecting projects for BioRegio Funding I. Criteria Scientific Quality Competitiveness (patent situation) Creation of Jobs Focus on regional strength Source: BioRegion Rhine-Neckar-Triangle

8 Since the launch of the BioRegio Contest in 1997: 55 new biotech companies in the Heidelberg BioCluster 45 research-driven companies in molecular biotechnology jobs created directly in biotech companies jobs in research-driven biotech companies jobs in the industry and jobs in research institutions are dependent on biotechnology Source: BioRegion Rhine-Neckar-Triangle

9 BioRegio Freiburg BioRegio Stuttgart/ Neckar-Alb (Tübingen) Biotech- nologie Ulm Biotech- nologie München BioRegion Rhein-Neckar- Dreieck BioRegio Regensburg BioRegion Rhein-Main (Frankfurt-Mainz) BioRegio Rheinland (Köln-Bonn- Aachen BioMIT Mittelhessen (Marburg- Gießen) BioRegio N Braunschweig- Hannover- Göttingen) BioTOP Berlin-Bran- denburg BioRegio Jena BioRegion Halle-Leipzig BioRegio Greifswald-Rostock Bioinitiative Nord (Hamburg- Kiel-Lübeck Region Bremen Region Nordwestl. Nieder- sachsen German BioClusters

10 BioClusters Keys for success BioClusters

11 Science Base Universities Research Institutes BioClusters

12 Company Base Big Companies Medium-sized companies Start-ups BioClusters

13 Financial Base Availability of smart equity and debt-finance Seed money Venture money BioClusters

14 Human Resources Availability of skilled workforce Scientists Business Professionals Technicians Post-docs BioClusters

15 Additional critical factos for success Easy to reach by air, car, railway Quality of life BioClusters

16 BioParks The drivers of BioClusters The right environment to start and grow biotech companies BioClusters

17 The Heidelberg Technology Park is a BioPark Center of the Heidelberg BioCluster BioClusters

18 Heidelberg BioCluster Heidelberg Technology Park Profile sqft lab and office space 75 tenant companies employees, expected 200 Associated Members

19 Heidelberg BioCluster Heidelberg Technology Park The Heidelberg Technology Park is an international Life Science Park, Center of the Heidelberg BioCluster. The Park is closely related to the Heidelberg University and to the worldfamous research institutes located here.

20 Heidelberg BioCluster Heidelberg Technology Park Technology Park Services Helping with renting office and lab space financing managment marketing legal affairs

21 Heidelberg BioCluster Heidelberg Technology Park Technology Park Services (examples) conference service seminars, workshops market place for machines, lab material, services, jobs online and print platforms to communicate organizing meetings conference center restaurant Kindergarten parking

22 Heidelberg BioCluster Heidelberg Technology Park Technology Park Networking Regional, national, international developing a regional BiotechCommunity working with national and international associations creating strategic alliances and partnerships

23 Sisterpark Network 22 Partners in America, Asia, Europe A worldwide alliance to explore international markets and to offer information, collaboration and partnering. TP Sisterpark Network Heidelberg BioCluster Heidelberg Technology Park

24 Sisterpark Network

25 Heidelberg BioCluster Heidelberg Technology Park Munich Heidelberg Berlin Uppsala Barcelona Oxford Basel Tallinn Lyon Paris Cambridge CEBR: Council of European BioRegions Flanders

26 Council of European BioRegions CEBR 'Building a competitive European biotechnology sector on the world stage

27 CEBR – the need ….an observation on European biotech Hundreds of small companies across Europe A need to work together for best result in competitive world market Diverse sources of assistance – not always apparent/easily accessible Founded on excellent science but must operate effectively to succeed

28 'Building a competitive European biotechnology sector on the world stage CEBR – the history Small group with common interest: –Improving practical support for their biocommunities –Creating network with appropriate/best point of contact in every biocommunity –Promoting European biotechnology Network outline developed Funding achieved

29 'Building a competitive European biotechnology sector on the world stage CEBR – what it can offer Operational support – companies should succeed on science, not fail on business practice Europe-wide biotechnology network – rapid access to biotechs Promotion of European biotechnology on world stage Signposts to what works well

30 'Building a competitive European biotechnology sector on the world stage CEBR – what it does …. The golden rules Bottom up – driven by biotechs practical needs Activities with direct benefit to biotechs Working network – proactive members Co-operation: co-operate to compete

31 Contact: Dr. Klaus Plate, CEO Technologiepark Heidelberg GmbH Marktplatz 10, Heidelberg, Germany Phone: Fax: Web:www.technologiepark-heidelberg.de TP Contact Heidelberg BioCluster Heidelberg Technology Park

32 Thank you for your attention.


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