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NbiNet - Bioprocess Technology Network

  • Publisert 23.02.2006
  • Sist oppdatert 20.05.2011
The Nordic Network on Bioprocess Technology (NbiNet) has facilitated knowledge transfer and networking in between companies, R&D environments and public organisations strongly involved in Production, Research or Development using Lab-, Small or Large-scale Cultivation as a key technology.

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Around the Core group of participants described above, NbiNet also aim at Strategic Interaction with Biotech Supply companies and companies that needs to acquire or develop Cultivation Capabilities or Cultivation Based Products (for laboratory test, test production or clinical studies).

NbiNet has during the three year starting up period (2002-2005) focussed on:

  • Involve Biotech supply companies, with the intention to acquire knowledge on new emerging technologies as rapid as possible
  • Involve leading University and Institute R&D groups in sharing experience and new technological possibilities in bioproduction
  • Promote the industrial development among biotech supply companies via addressing new types of technologies now at the University Research Stage and spread knowledge on their motivation within bioprocess industry
  • Serve as a motor for industrial “need based innovation” within the University and Institute Sector´
  • Serve as an introduction to bioproduction among small research based companies in need of increased volumes of test material
  • Market a Nordic Solution to local production of potential new products e.g. aid in the choice of production system for new types of products
  • Help in the development of new test production through teaching of companies in need of external bioproduction to -pose the right questions, when in contact with the bioprocess industry
By the end of the three year period with part financial support from the Nordic Innovation Centre, the participants decided to continue working together as an industrial membership based network. The new network made a small change in its name: NbiNet - The Nordic Network on Biomanufacturing.

Project duration: 01.10.2002 - 30.09.2005 
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  • Gunnar Hörnsten

    Project manager, SIK, Swedish Institute for Food and Biotechnology