Silantes has experienced IBB as an important, competent partner in the development of its techniques, not only in the successful handling of the funding landscape (most recently in the support provided as part of the Bay. Initiative "Call for Biotechnology"), but furthermore in the network cooperation in the creation of innovative Silantes products, such as isotope-labelled mouse feed, a special product for quantitative proteomics and metabolomics in mice. For us, IBB's connections into academia and politics have proven helpful in expanding our activities.
IBB is not only active in the Munich metropolitan region, but has its sights set on the whole of Bavaria. This has benefited Silantes, which is developing out of the laboratory sector and looking for sites for pilot plants. IBB's finger-pointing at northern Bavaria (Straubing and Deggendorf) as possible alternatives to Munich for affordable land to build pilot plants has been successfully used by Silantes.
Professor Zorbas, together with his team, has managed to bring IBB together with the subgroups of SMEs, academia and large companies into a powerful association, making it an important building block in the Bavarian innovation landscape in the field of industrial biotechnology.
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