The technology transfer team from the Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia presented the B-BRIGHTER innovative 3D bioprinter at the first Connection Day in Catalonia, a networking event designed to be a benchmark space for B2B connections in the health sector.
Last 27th of April, the Institute of Ocular Microsurgery (IMO) in Barcelona hosted the first Connection Day, coordinated by the CataloniaBio & HealthTech, an organization that represents companies in the biomedicine and health sector in Catalonia.
The technology transfer team from the Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia was present in the event to promote their technology and innovation in the field of biomedicine and health. In this context, as partners of B-BRIGHTER, they also presented the innovative 3D bioprinting technology being developed in the project and took profit of this opportunity to do networking and pave the way for future collaborations.
Over 200 members of the CataloniaBio & HealthTech community, in addition to various ecosystem organizations, assembled to explore synergistic opportunities and collaborative avenues within their offered products, services, and solutions. Among 160 and 180 people assisted the event, and some of them get interested in knowing about B-BRIGHTER technology.
This kind of initiatives are very welcome to foster potential partnerships among companies in the health sector (biotech, medtech, pharma, digital health and services) and to promote the technology transfer from the academia to the industry, as is the case for B-BRIGHTER 3D bioprinter.