CEBR delivers Special Interest Groups in key areas of biotechnology support.
Each group is championed and driven by CEBR members, focusing on sharing good practice, developing new support services and making them available to biocommunities across Europe through CEBR.
SIG activities focus around regular meetings held around Europe, development of projects, shared resources and recommendations for enhancing the environment for biotechnology in that area.
SIGs may be proposed by any Member as long as they bring direct benefit to biocommunities and are of interest to enough Members to work actively.
All Members may join SIGs and if you would like to talk to CEBR about new SIGs, please contact us on email@example.com
Shared Facilities brings together all actors working to network and open research facilities across Europe for the benefit of biotechnology, particular SMEs.
The 'Clinical Innovation' SIG brings together the actors in Europe that are the gateway for innovation into and out of health care systems within biocommunities. The group has the mission to enable SMEs to introduce their novel technologies into...
The Emerging Regions SIG within CEBR has a direct focus on regions that intend biotechnology to be an economic contributor. It brings together regions that have an excellent research foundation but have not yet built a fully matured commercial...
This group has set itself the challenge to help biocommunities understand how they are growing/evolving and the impact of support actions implemented.
A group that works together for the the effective leverage of finance for small biotechnology companies and a Europe-wide approach to company support.
The Special Interest Group within CEBR shares good practice and experiences in cluster development, management and support between life sciebce clusters across Europe.