The bioXclusters partners sign a MoU with Brazilian FIPASE

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Two major players join forces to benefit their companies and to strengthen health innovation

During the recent BioVison event which took place in Lyon, the bioXclusters partners signed a MemoraSignature of the MoUndum of Understanding with the FIPASE, Fundação Instituto Polo Avançado da Saúde de Ribeirão Preto in Brazil, represented by its President, Mr. João Santana da Silva. 

This two-year agreement aims to increase collaboration opportunities between European Life Sciences SMEs and their Brazilian counterparts. The objective is to stimulate cooperation in technology, company partnerships, synergies and the exchange of information about local markets, processes and the technical aspects of landing, technology transfer, project building and specific country regulations.

The most promising companies are those born global. The partnership FIPASE-bioXclusters will be an open door to Brazilian and European companies” said Mr. João Santana da Silva, President of FIPASE.

FIPASE is a Brazilian public foundation which manages the technology park of Ribeirão Preto, Supera (business incubator), CEDINA (technology services laboratory) and the regional health cluster. FIPASE is closely linked to universities and acts as a support organization to the economic and technological development of Ribeirão Preto (Brazil), particularly in the sectors of medical and dental devices, biotechnology, information technology and pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.

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