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Successful VC financing of the Helmholtz Enterprise Alumni i3 Membrane
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Helmholtz-Enterprise: Spin-Offs from the HZDR and their experiences with grant schemes “Helmholtz-Enterprise” and “EXIST”
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All interested employees of the Helmholtz Centres are welcome. The presentations will be given in German, nevertheless questions can be answered in English.
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Captain T Cell: Start-up from the MDC wins OneStart competition in London
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Helmholtz Association among the world's most innovative research institutions
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Helmholtz validation funding extended, facilitating further projects
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Magna-Helmholtz-Research Day in Bad Homburg
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Helmholtz supports research projects on their way to application
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Helmholtz Association facilitates new spin-offs
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