High-tech incubator BioIntelligence officially inaugurated

High-tech incubator BioIntelligence officially inaugurated

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[Translate to English:] Gründungsteams des HTI beim Einweihungs-Event

New high-tech incubator for life science start-ups

Anyone who wants to found a start-up in the field of medicine (technology), bioeconomy/biotechnology or life sciences in Lower Saxony will receive more valuable support in the future: The Hanoverian "High-Tech-Incubator (HTI) BioIntelligence" is one of the projects funded by the state government in 2022. On September 20th, 2022 the new premises of the HTI in the immediate vicinity of Hanover's main train station were inaugurated as part of the kick-off event.

With the HTI BioIntelligence, the Lower Saxony Ministry of Economics, Labor, Transport and Digitization is significantly supporting the development of the state towards a prosperous location for biointelligent innovations. The funding is intended to accelerate the founding of new high-tech companies in Lower Saxony and thus make a contribution to the future viability of the location. State Secretary Dr. Sabine Johannsen (Ministry of Science and Culture) has ceremoniously handed over the funding notification on September 20th - a strong sign of the closely interlinked cooperation. The implementation starts immediately.

The lead project coordinator and applicant at the investment and development bank of the state of Lower Saxony (NBank), which sponsors the project, is BioIntelligence GmbH, a 100% subsidiary of the non-profit association BioDigit e.V., the competence network from which the HTI is fed.

The association BioDigit e.V., chaired by Prof. Dr. Stefanie Heiden, promotes research and innovation towards sustainable development using biologisation, bioeconomy, digitisation and knowledge-based process intelligence. The association, which acts in an agile manner, is not guided by its own entrepreneurial interests, but serves to promote the transfer of knowledge between academia, business and society.