BioAlps : A diversified
Life Sciences Cluster
BioAlps celebrates its ecosystem's 20th anniversary
2001 | The University of Geneva, University of Lausanne and the EPFL identified the need to promote the excellence emanating from Western Switzerland’s Life Sciences' research institutions and the necessity for the latter to foster partnerships and synergies with the industrial network.
2003 | The BioAlps Association was founded by the thirteen academic institutions of Western Switzerland | BioAlps Members
2008 | The Regional Innovation System of Western Switzerland was created (RIS-SO | ARI-SO) and chose BioAlps Association as the sectoral platform to promote Life Sciences regionally, nationally and internationally.
Since these key founding milestones, the Association has built a strong diversified network and supported Western Switzerland based startups, SMEs, multinationals, academic institutions, research centres, media and governmental organisations active in the fields of biotech, medtech, pharma, digital health, nutrition and cosmetics encouraging synergies and growth.
As part of the celebrations, discover our new series of testimonials which highlights key Life Sciences actors who contribute to the success and development of our ecosystem.
All articles are published on our News page.
- HEPIA - Tissue Engineering Lab | 23.08.21
- Abionic | 24.08.21
- SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics | 25.08.21
- Geneus | 26.08.21
- Innovaud | 27.08.21
- AC Immune | 30.08.21
- iOnctura | 31.08.21
- CSEM | 01.09.21
- KATZAROV | 02.09.21
- Biopôle | 06.09.21
- Debiotech | 07.09.21
- Socorex | 08.09.21
- Swiss Biotech Association | 10.09.21
- UCB | 13.09.21
- Coat-X | 14.09.21
- Neurix | 15.09.21
- GeNeuro | 16.09.21
- Gnubiotics | 20.09.21