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Park Basel Area

Switzerland Innovation Park Basel Area

Switzerland Innovation Park Basel Area provides a platform, including infrastructure, for innovative R&D groups in direct neighbourhood to world leading companies in Health and Life Science. Exchange between private sector and regional scientific institutions helps to promote research activities, and facilitates the transfer of knowledge and technology.

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Independent R&D Playground

Switzerland Innovation Park Basel Area gives academic, precompetitive, and spin-out R&D groups access to an independent biomedical and biotech research playground, an inspiring community of peers, and a world-class life sciences ecosystem.

A community to nurture your biomedical and biotech innovations and the space to bring them to life.

As a catalyst at the nexus of life sciences, IT, and materials science our mission is to foster mutually beneficial collaborations across discipline and technology boundaries.

 

Focus on Biomedical and Biotech

Nurturing a close-knit community for life sciences innovation and building strong partnerships among our residents are our strengths. In order to ensure optimum mutual support, resident projects should either be part of or complement our core focus on biomedical and biotech innovation.

Residents benefit from our close ties with key players in Europe’s leading life sciences cluster and Switzerland’s top R&D region. Individual matchmaking and frequent events enable access to a growing network of world- leading academic institutions and global industry players as well as experienced advisors and investors.

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Prime Location and first-class Ecosystem

Switzerland Innovation Park Basel Area  is located at the heart of Europe’s leading life sciences cluster and only minutes from the vibrant cultural center of Basel, Switzerland. Our modern facilities include 5,000 square meters of private and shared labs and R&D spaces. By 2018, Switzerland Innovation Park Basel Area will have expanded to five times its current size.

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Research and innovation focus areas

Switzerland Innovation Park Basel Area aims to gather the most innovative minds and projects in life sciences, particularly in biotechnology and biomedical engineering, sciences, and technologies (BEST), under one roof. Our objective is to maximize the potential of the intellectual and operational synergies between resident teams and their respective domains.

3 Innovation Areas

Biomedical Engineering, Sciences, and Technologies (BEST)

Biomedical Engineering, Sciences, and Technologies (BEST)

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By applying scientific, engineering, and technological principles as well as design concepts to the areas of medicine and biology, the field of biomedical engineering, sciences, and technologies (BEST) will spearhead new innovations with diagnostic and therapeutic applications.

Biotechnology

Biotechnology

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Innovating the use of biological processes, organisms, or systems in a wide range of life science applications will unlock new ways to enhance quality of life and respond to humanity’s greatest challenges.

Life Sciences and Quality of Life

Life Sciences and Quality of Life

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This focus area involves technological competences that contribute to improving health, preserving life, and making life more comfortable.

    Featured Residents

    In order to ensure optimum mutual support, resident projects should either be part of or complement our core focus on biomedical and biotech innovation. Currently, Switzerland Innovation Park Basel Area is the home of the following projects and companies:

    Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Basel, an institute of 10 research groups working across disciplines to develop medical applications and technologies, namely in the fields of medical imaging, materials science and biotechnological tissue engineering, orthopedics and biomechanics. Department of Biomedical Engineering

    Advanced Osteotomy Tools, winner of the CTI Swiss Medtech Award 2015, a Swiss robotic surgery spin-off from the University Hospital and University of Basel that is reinventing bone surgery (osteotomy) using laser, robotics, and navigation systems. aot-swiss.com

    mininavident, winner of the Swiss Technology Award 2015, a spin-off from the University Hospital Basel that is developing a miniaturized, handheld navigation system for the precise and safe implantation of dental implants. mininavident.com

    MTIP MedTech Innovation Partners, an early-stage investor focusing on health technologies that is delivering access to business building expertise. mtip.ch