Service provider as consultancy taxation chambers for freelancers, commercial enterprises, corporations and societies. The spectrum ranges from artisanal businesses and retail operations, temporary employment agencies, health care professions to IT companies and biotechnology companies.
(founded in 2007, 10 employees) The “Strategic Partnership for Sensor Technologies” (SPS) is a network with its focus on research and development in the field of sensor technologies. It works, amongst other projects, on optical technologies in photodynamics, food safety and sterilization.
(founded in 1927, 70 employees) develops and manufactures innovative collagen products for medical and pharmaceutical use (implants and tissue engineering).
State health insurance company with almost 10 million insured clients, a budget volume of over 33 billion Euros and headquarters in Hamburg. In addition to a central office in the industrial park, TK retains an office in the BioPark for students on the university campus and a direct connection to companies undertaking research.
(at BioPark, founded in 1999, 250 employees) service provider for gene synthesis and downstream processes (DNA engineering and processing). Provides Synthetic Biology for customers of Pharma- and Biotech-industry. Since 2014 GeneArt belongs to the US-based Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
(in the BioPark, founded in 2010, 3 employees) works in the area of photodynamic disinfection and decontamination.
The tumorcenter is a health insurance funded non-profit organisation for data transfer, continuous education and improvement of medical processes, for example therapy evaluation, implementations of new therapy strategies in cancer care.
(founded in 1980, 42 employees) manufactures semi-finished glass products for the industry e.g. as a primary product for lenses in xenon headlights. Service provider in special machine construction (medical technology) for the glass industry.
Founded in 1916, our firm is one of the largest in The Netherlands comprising two subsidiaries in Germany, namely in Munich and Regensburg, and one in Belgium.
The establishment of the “Center for Medical Biotechnology” focuses the University activities in the area of Tissue Engineering, cartilage, bone and tumor research. Scientists and clinicians from three different clinical disciplines (Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, Trauma Surgery) work together on different aspects of Tissue Engineering with emphasis on regenerative therapy and understanding of pathologies of the musculoskeletal systems.
(founded in 1872, 630 employees) World's market leader for crystal glass in top-class international gastronomy and the hotel industry. Innovation pioneer in Tritan® technology and Biofunctional Surfaces.