Wallonia's 7 key technological areas
BioWin has identified 7 key technological areas in which its members are particularly active and form integrated value chains ('from bench to market'):
Diagnostics (in vitro and in vivo)**
Radiation applications in healthcare***
Implanted medical devices
Non-implanted medical devices
Our thematic flyers
Biomanufacturing or Find in Wallonia the solution providers to meet your biomanufacturing challenges (Ed. May 2016)
About 20 Walloon companies, members of BioWin, are experts in biomanufacturing. Large companies like GSK, UCB or Zoetis, SMEs like AmplyCell, Deplhi Genetics, MaSTherCell, Novasep, ... and many more are at the forefront of biomanufcturing and have the expertise to help you meet the challenges of tomorrow.
Discover them in this new flyer and find out how they can be useful.
Cell Therapy: "Wallonia, a powerful ecosystem to boost cell therapy products development and manufacturing" (Ed. January 2016)
With 5 companies specialized in cell therapy, 4 of them developing their own products, and 3 born from our universities, Wallonia is the European leader in its capacity to industrialize cell therapy products.
Nearly € 80 million of public investment, € 330M from private funds, 2000m² clean rooms, 350 jobs generated these last 10 years, ... all key indicators of the health of our region and the remarkable development of the BioWin members.
Download the flyer (pdf - 36,59 Ko).
Our thematic brochures
* Regenerative Medicine: Expertise, Resources and Innovation capacities of BioWin members. This brochure features BioWin members whose core business is directly or indirectly related to Regenerative Medicine. In 40 synthetic fact sheets, discover: Companies, Laboratories and Research Centres active in this domain. The components of the Regenerative Medicine value chain in Wallonia. The very specific synergies implied by the translational research process in the region.
Download the brochure (pdf - 36,59 Ko).
** The working group WAL-Dx gathers around 30 member companies of the BioWin cluster which are active in the area of in vitro diagnostic. They operate in a range of niches, from academic research to development, from the production of diagnostic tests and equipment to support technologies.
Download the brochure (pdf - 343 Ko)
*** Rad4Med.be, the Belgian Network for Radiation Applications in Healthcare was co-founded in 2013 with the support of BioWin, SCK•CEN, IRE and IBA. It is aimed at promoting this concept worldwide. By creating awareness about the use of radioactivity in healthcare and improving visibility, Rad4Med.be will provide to potential international customers a catalogue of competencies available in Belgium, and will show that all issues can be addressed within the country as the value chain is completely integrated. The networks gathers 40 partners.
Download the brochure (pdf - 3 Mo).