Innosuisse is financing and supporting multi-year “TFV – Networking Events Series” to interdisciplinary and cross-industry topics, where research and implementation partners exchange new ideas, technologies, applications and commercial opportunities to jointly address challenges and find new solutions.
HEALTH PROGRAM PARTNERS
BioAlps, the life sciences cluster of western Switzerland, offers a dynamic network, an innovative and supportive environment, and immediate access to the world of life sciences. It comprises an active and fertile ecosystem of research institutions, academic institutions, start-up companies and large multinationals concentrated in a small, attractive geographic area with a great infrastructure.
Founded in 2004 by the canton of Vaud public authorities, Biopôle SA is a private, not-for-profit organisation, which owns, manages and promotes the life sciences campus. We believe that interpersonal and inter-company relationships are the key to successful innovation. That’s why we focus on creating an environment in which you and your teams can prosper by collaborating with the Biopôle community and beyond.
Founded in 1998, the Swiss Biotech Association represents the interests of the Swiss biotech industry. To support its members, the association works to secure favorable framework conditions and facilitate access to talents, novel technologies and financial resources.
INDUSTRY 4.0 PROGRAM PARTNERS
CSEM is a Swiss private, non-profit research and technology organization with +35 years of Deep Tech development and transfer to industry.
We play a key role in the innovation value chain, leveraging public-private partnerships and narrowing the gap between fundamental research and industrialization. And by taking steps to deepen CSEM’s knowledge and adapt it to industrial needs, we are able to bring new products to market and create new ventures.
Industry 2025 by Swissmem is the national initiative with the aim of driving forward the digital transformation in Switzerland as a work place. It brings stakeholders together, structures and deepens existing knowledge and experience and makes them freely available. It ensures the introduction, support and anchoring of Industry 4.0 concepts in value creation networks and production companies.
The Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences (SATW) is the most important network of experts for engineering sciences in Switzerland and is in contact with the highest Swiss bodies for science, politics and industry.
SATW is recognized as the organisation for giving information about trends in technology and as an effective institution for the promotion of engineering sciences and new technologies in Switzerland.