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November 26, 2018 - Events

Münster Science Park with visible participation at NRW Nano Conference

More than 500 participants attended the 8th NRW Nano Conference in Dortmund (Nov 21/22, 2018). CeNTech in collaboration with the bioanalytik-muenster network and the Alliance for Science Münster presented the nanocluster Münster at the conference. Among others Karl-Uwe Bütof from the NRW Ministry of Economic Affairs, Innovation, Digitalization and Energy visited the Münster booth. Klaus-Michael Weltring and Thomas Robbers presented and explained the Münster science park which provides an excellent infrastructure for the research and the development of nanotechnology.

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September 17, 2018 - News & Press

2 million euros for project initiated by the CeNTech high-tech startup EVORION

EVORION Biotechnologies GmbH located at CeNTech received a 2 million € grant from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). EVORION develops high-performance cell culture and analysis systems for the precise characterization of cells and tissues in cancer research. Partners within the “KMU Innovation” BMBF project are the group of Prof. Wolfram Pernice and the Fluorescence Microscopy Facility Münster (FM)² as part of the group of Prof. Jürgen Klingauf, both located at CeNTech. "The unique and interdisciplinary environment at CeNTech was a key factor for us to establish this excellent consortium”, stated Dr. Sebastian Bühren (co-founder of EVORION).

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September 11, 2018 - Events

Great success of "Zukunftspaziergang" (Future Walk) at the SCIENCE PARK

On June 23, 2018, the local network Bioanalytik Münster in collaboration with the Technologieförderung Münster GmbH and the CeNTech GmbH organized a walk through the Science Park of Münster. A delegation of about 30 persons including the mayor Markus Lewe and leading representatives of the city administration, the council factions as well as both universities and the university hospital obtained information about the current status of the Science Park as well as upcoming challenges. Within this tour the organizers addressed important issues like future expansion plans, logistics within the areal and the quality of living. The walk was followed by a panel discussion. The event was undoubtedly a success and Klaus Michael Weltring (Bioanalytik Münster) pleased with the gained perceptions. The project was an important contribution for the development of the Science Park as part of the future development framework of the City of Münster.

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