At the Science Entrepreneur Club, we aim to boost innovation by uniting the key stakeholders in the life science industry. The SEC provides (early stage) scientific entrepreneurs with a revolutionary network and platform to showcase their innovative technologies, accelerate their company and find investors. Our events provide you with a unique opportunity to blend with the most innovative entrepreneurs and give you an insight into the hidden world of startups. Through our articles we keep you up-to-date with the latest breakthroughs, whilst interviews with founders of biotech start-ups allow the voices of the leaders of tomorrow to be heard. Through our online guides on infrastructure, accelerators and funding we aim to give scientific entrepreneurs the tools to get their ideas off the ground and navigate through the life science ecosystem.
Arctoris specialises in the automation of both fundamental and applied cellular and biochemical cancer research with an emphasis on complex in vitro models supported by machine learning-driven analytics. This creates a powerful and comprehensive platform for basic biology, aetiology, target identification and validation, toxicology, and phenotypic screening. Our unique software interface enables direct, intuitive, and remote configuration of assays, measurements and analyses. Arctoris immediately initiates automated experimentation using advanced robotics, operating 24/365. Cancer researchers around the world can use the Arctoris system to conduct precise, reproducible and efficient research, whilst themselves being freed to think, learn, hypothesise and devise new cures, bringing about a paradigm shift for the scientific world.
Clustermarket’s online marketplace is helping scientists, engineers and other technology pioneers to rent lab equipment from nearby institutions and find the best service providers. The equipment and services listed on Clustermarket are provided by universities, other research institutions and businesses, making research more sustainable. Available resources range from basic lab equipment (autoclave, centrifuge, fume hood, etc.) to highly specialised instruments (MS, HPLC, SEM, NMR, etc.). The resources can be either accessed directly (after training) or are operated by experienced technicians who do the analysis for you.
Insilico developed a comprehensive drug discovery engine, which utilizes millions of samples and multiple data types to discover signatures of disease and identify the most promising targets for billions of molecules that already exist or can be generated
de novo with the desired set of parameters.