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ChemTech presents CBI-cluster in Blankenberge on 10 Dec 2015 - 10/12/2015

ChemTech co-organised its annual steering committee meeting of the interuniversity CBI-cluster in Blankenberge.

At the Sigma-Aldrich Symposium on 10-11th of December in Blankenberge An Van Den Bulcke (UGent) and Jurgen Joossens (UAntwerp) presented the CBI initiative. The presentation was followed by an open steering committee. CBI is a chemical biology cluster linking the academic chemistry research with the biology community. A joined compound library is almost ready for launch.

CBI wants to thank the participants and was delighted with the interest of industry during the open steering committee. CBI is now open for research groups beyond Flanders.

Please join the CBI linkedIn group.

http://www.cbicluster.be/

https://www.linkedin.com/company/cbi-group

Meet ChemTech at the Medica Tradefair in Düsseldorf - 16/11/2015

November 16-19, 2015

Meet ChemTech at the Medica Tradefair in Düsseldorf

http://www.medica-tradefair.com/

Meet ChemTech at the 6th World ADC conference in San Diego - 19/10/2015

October 19th-22nd, 2015

http://worldadc-usa.com/

Ontmoet ChemTech/UGent op de Innovatiebeurs in de Eskimofabriek te Gent - 08/10/2015

8 October 2015

http://innovatiebeurs.be/

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Visit Chemtech at the Knowledge for Growth meeting at the UGent Lifetech booth 78 - 30/04/2015

 

 

Come to the Knowledge for Growth convention on May 21st in Ghent
Themed ‘A life sciences-driven network economy, looking beyond borders’, Knowledge for Growth 2015 will be jam-packed with captivating lectures and panel discussions.
Chemtech has following poster presentations:
• Poly(2-oxazoline)s as a versatile polymer platform for biomedical applications (Prof. Richard Hoogenboom)
• Biomedical & pharmaceutical applications starring ICP – mass spectrometry (Prof. Frank Van Haecke)
• Photo-crosslinkable biopolymers targeting stem cell differentiation (Prof. Peter Dubruel/Prof. Sandra van Vlierberghe)
• Furan cross-linking for study and targeting of protein and nucleic acid interactions (Prof. Annemieke Madder)
Visit Chemtech at the Knowledge for Growth meeting at the UGent Lifetech booth 78
 

Hybrigenics launches Phase II clinical study of inecalcitol (a UGent proprietary vit-D compound) in chronic myeloid leukemia - 30/04/2015

Hybrigenics (ALHYG), a bio-pharmaceutical company with a focus on research and development of new treatments against proliferative diseases, announces the launch of clinical Phase II study of inecalcitol in chronic myeloid leukemia (CML), an orphan blood cancer mostly affecting adults. Hybrigenics has in-licensed inecalcitol from UGent/KUL. This vit-D compound Inecalcitol was developed in the UGent research group of Prof. Pierre De Clercq and was supported by the ChemTech consortium.

Hybrigenics

http://www.hybrigenics.com/news/articles/list/type/2

Innovation with Micro Plastics - 10/03/2015

Open call for proposals: Innovation with Micro Plastics  deadline May 1st 2015


Binnen het project Change2Micro (gesubsidieerd door Agentschap Ondernemen) willen we microverwerking van kunststoffen in Vlaanderen stimuleren.
Toepassingsgebieden voor microverwerking van kunststoffen zijn bijvoorbeeld te vinden in fotonica, micro-elektronica, de (bio)medische wereld, sensing en microfluidics.
Aangezien uw bedrijf / universiteit / kennisinstelling actief is in één van deze domeinen, nodigen wij u graag uit om van uw idee een realiteit te maken. 
Heeft u een idee / concept rond microverwerking van kunststoffen? Dan kan u binnen het project Change2Micro een bootcamp winnen twv 50 000€. Deze bootcamp biedt u de unieke gelegenheid om uw idee verder uit te werken naar de markt, en krijgt u van een groep experten begeleiding zowel op technologisch als op business vlak.
De technologische begeleiding wordt hierbij verzekerd door één of meerdere Change2Micro onderzoekspartners (afhankelijk van de case): UGent CMST, UGent PBM, VUB B-PHOT en Sirris SMALL Lab.
De business support krijgt u van de Bridge en Flanders’ PlasticVision. Uitgebreide informatie vindt u in bijlage.



 

UGent Expertise Centre of Macromolecular Chemistry - 04/03/2015

Visit the new website of CMaC: UGENT EXPERTISE CENTRE OF MACROMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY

We would like to present the UGent Expertise Centre of Macromolecular Chemistry (CMaC), covering 3 research groups including more than 80 researchers. Their research field is design, characterization and application of tailor-made, functional polymer structures and polymeric-derived materials. The Business Developers of ChemTech are supporting the CMaC valorization potential. They facilitate and coordinate industrial interactions and collaborations and manage the IP portfolio and its licensing opportunities. Visit the CMaC website and/or ChemTech website.

www.cmac.ugent.be



 

Meet ChemTech at the World ADC Congress from 23-25 February 2015 in Frankfurt - 30/01/2015

Meet Chemtech at the Makromolekulares Kolloquium 2015 from 25-27 February in Freiburg - 30/01/2015


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