HexagonFab, a spin-out from the University of Cambridge, has developed a novel approach for drug discovery and production process monitoring called the Bolt. This innovative device is an analytical lab instrument that provides convenient and affordable access to molecular binding analytics.
We’re thrilled to announce an exciting new partnership between HEMEX and YouEngineering, a software engineering company which aims to foster digital progress. Our latest partnership enables us to provide healthcare start-ups with a new range of digital packages to guarantee our clients the best results in mobile app, software development, and web design.
HEMEX is delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with Avanti Europe. The
Avanti Europe team is a specialist consultancy and expert knowledge provider. This
partnership will allow us to complete the range of products we provide to healthcare start-ups to ensure we continue offering excellent support within the life science industry.
During the whole month of March, and in concrete today, you will find several discourses about empowering women and celebrating their social, economic, cultural, and political achievements. At HEMEX, we believe celebrating women is great, but we’re want to step forward and choose to challenge ourselves by smashing stereotypes and challenging gender bias.
Every other Thursday, HEMEX showcases smart ideas and solutions from innovation-driven start-ups that aim to improve our future healthcare services. This morning, we had the pleasure of hosting a very special HEMEX Investment Showcase, where project lead, Dr. Myriam Lingg, brilliantly presented macu4’s innovative idea to revolutionize the passive-arm prosthetics market.
BLKB, Hemex and Launchpad aim to support young entrepreneurs in their business activities through the start-up incubator program, inQbator. The program is open to start-ups from all industries. The main aim of inQbator is to promote innovation in the region.
February is undeniably the month of love, kindness, and compassion. However, sometimes the society in which we live can be seen as this hostile, unfriendly, and a cruel place. Especially in the last year, we have lived through an unprecedented situation, and all of us had to adapt to a new normality. Scientific evidence shows the positive effects of doing random acts of kindness for others as well as receiving them, so why don’t we get started?