News around Saxony-Anhalt
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- [Translate to English:] Die schweizerische Vitruvia GmbH ist als erster Dienstleister in Europa auf Reinigungssysteme für Robotik-Instrumente aus dem OP spezialisiert und hat jetzt ihren Hauptsitz nach Schönebeck verlegt
- Startup Torque3 in San Jose, California and Sachsenring Bike Manufaktur in Sangerhausen are tinkering with a bicycle – for neurorehabilitation
- [Translate to English:] Startup InLine-Med entwickelt Produkte für optimierte bildgesteuerte Eingriffe
- Halberstadt is the only mid-sized town in Saxony-Anhalt. Yet its growth is above average. Some 200 companies – many of them in the medtech industry – have taken up residence in the town’s six business parks. Thanks to close cooperation between businesses and the local authorities, efficient decision making is a major factor in the town’s growth trajectory. But that’s just one of several assets in Halberstadt’s favor.
- Halle-based software company celloon GmbH is developing special mobile apps for the healthcare market
- Immune modulator IMU-838 – a next-generation active substance
- IDT Biologika in Dessau-Roßlau specializes in the development and production of viral vaccines
- Elektro-Thermit GmbH & Co. KG is a medium-sized company in Halle an der Saale and the largest subsidiary of the Goldschmidt Thermit Group. It is the global market leader for special rail network maintenance services and a "Hidden Champion" from Saxony-Anhalt.
- Researchers from Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt are now planning a facility that could soon be used to convert waste into synthetic fuels in Leuna, a centre of the chemical industry.