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Company types are searchable:
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER - academic and private commercialisation of research including incubators
SUPPLIER - equipment, software, assays and reagent sales
SERVICE - providing professional services, often both within and outside the life sciences sector
R&D - research and development in the laboratory including drug discovery
PHARMATECH - utilising software or hardware, artificial intelligence and machine learning to solve complex medical issues and improve the drug discovery and development process.
PHARMA - Usually multi-national; developing, marketing and/or distributing medicines
NETWORK - Trade support and membership organisations including societies and associations
INVESTMENT - Firms supplying funds to life science companies. Brokers and financial services are not in this category
HEALTHCARE - diagnostics, digital health, hospital equipment and services, medical devices, point-of-care products
EXPERTISE - advisors and consultants in finance, business, regulatory, or scientific specialities
D&D SERVICES - discovery and development to support R&D. It includes contract research, development and manufacturing, industrial biotechnology, and technology platforms.
ACADEMIC - institutes and university departments collaborating on research projects with industry partners
Medtech and Digital Health are not in BioPartner's scope (though our annual Anglonordic Life Science Conference has a technology stream that welcomes these companies):
developing technologies that have a medical application. It includes start-ups that are designing new prosthetics, implanted devices, or diagnostic tests (excluding providing Covid testing but not developing novel tests), tools and equipment.