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Mannheim, Ludwigshafen
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The "Digital Hub Mannheim/ Ludwigshafen für Chemie&Gesundheit" 5-ht is part of the de:hub initiative, promoting digital innovations in Germany in the application fields for chemistry and health. The Hub provides several support services for start-ups as well as a well-established network to foster collaboration.
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Halle
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The AIMS (Accelerate Innovation in Material- & Life-Sciences) is a project, coordinated by TGZ Halle GmbH, to support the sustainable growth and internationalisation of young science-based companies from Saxony-Anhalt and offers concrete support for companies from the lead markets of health and medicine, chemistry as well as bioeconomics, nutrition and agriculture. AIMS is funded by the Ministry of Economics, Science and Digitisation of Saxony-Anhalt and funds from the European Union (ESF).
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Berlin
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The A² Accelerator is a programme with a runtime of five months, striking a careful balance between networking, theory and practice. Participants will be able to apply the learned know-how to their own product or service with continously improiving it with the assisstance of mentors and industrial partners.
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Berlin. Charlottenburg
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The Chemical Invention Factory (CIF, John Warner Center for start-ups in Green Chemistry) brings together visionary scientists and empowers them to evolve chemical inventions. The Chemical Invention Factory (CIF, John Warner Center for start-ups in Green Chemistry) brings together visionary scientists and empowers them to evolve chemical inventions. Chemical Invention Factory is a technological greenhouse to boost visionary scientists initiated by TU Berlin. CIF is devoted to inventions in the fields of Green Chemistry, Materials and Nanotechnology. It will provide state of the art laboratories, excellent research infrastructure, scientific mentors and a community of likeminded entrepreneurs. Until the opening of the CIF, the INKULAB will provide infrastructure in the form of laboratories etc., while CIF invites to events in the fields of green chemistry, entrepreneurship and digitization to bring together initiatives of the university and industry.
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Berlin, Frankfurt, München
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The knowledge and Innovation Community EIT Climate-KIC focusses on the acceleration of the transition to a zero-carbon economy. Their accelerator is the only EU acceleration programme focused on climate impact by cleantech commercialisation. This 18-month program for cleantech start-ups provides knowledge, resources, tools and coaching.
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Berlin
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Bayers' CoLaborator incubator space provides laboratory and office infrastructure to entrepreneurs and young life science companies, as well as the access to the company’s research expertise and infrastructure.
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Dortmund
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The Drug Discovery Hub Dortmund (DDHD) an incubator for drug discovery research projects in North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW). DDHD is coordinated by the TU Dortmund and funded in the scope of the "Forschungsinfrastrukturen NRW Programm" of the state of NRW with funds from the European Fund for Regional Development (EFRE). DDHD works in close collaboration with the neighboring Leibniz Institute for Analytical Sciences (ISAS), the Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors (IfADo) and the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Physiology (MPI), the BioMedizinZentrum (BMZ) and the local companies Lead Discovery Center (LDC), Taros and PROvendis. Together with these partners DDHD provides a sustainably synergistic infrastructure (incl. laboratories) and services (lectures and seminars).
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Düsseldorf
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:agile (powered by E.ON) helps start-ups from the energy sector to turn their ideas into successful business models. After an accelerator phase, a 12 - 18-months incubation phase can follow.
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München
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German Accelerator helps high-potential German startups to scale globally (U.S. and Southeast Asian markets) by giving access to the right people, resources, and support. It is supported by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi).
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The Adlershof founder's Lab has been created by the WISTA Management GmbH to allow 2-3 young founders per team to work on their business idea. Besides the financial support via a stipend the Teams are suppored with Workshops and coaching on start-up topics and Mentoring. The founders lab focuses on technologies such as photovoltaics, renewable energies, photonics, optics, biotechnology, environment, microsystems, materials, IT and media.
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Freiburg
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The SMART GREEN ACCELERATOR is part of "Startup-BW" and focuses on startups in the fields of energy, environmental technology, retail and Green Digital. The accelerator provides 3 programs SEED, CAMP and GROW adressing the different development stages of young innovative companies.
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Technische Universität Berlin, Campus Charlottenburg, Berlin
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INLKULAB supports the start of entrepreneurial independence. It offers free laboratory workplaces and an accompanying start-up incubation programme for founders with an innovative business idea from the life sciences, green chemistry and nanotechnology sectors. Scientists interested in founding a company, graduates in the pre-founding and start-up phase are intensively supervised for one year.
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Karlsruhe
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The "Karlsruher Institut für Technologie" KIT has a strong focus on the support of founders in various technological fields. The Center for Entrepreneurship (CIE) provides a multitude of offers and services for startups, such as financial support, mentoring. The KIT-Hightech-Incubator additionaly offers fully equiped office and laboratory space as well as conference rooms. Founders are furthermore integrated into a selected network partners and investors.
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Bremen
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The "Kraftwerk" Accelerator provides coworking-space, an incubator and an accelerator. Thereby, supporting start-ups and young companies on their way to the market. The topics in scope are energy, mobility/transportation/traffic and participation.
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Darmstadt
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The Merck Accelerator supports start-ups in the areas of healthcare, life science, performance materials and other related business areas. The accelerator offers financing , access to facilities and the opportunity to become part of a network of over 50.000 experts and alumni in 67 countries. Start-ups working on real-life problems in one of Mercks strategic focus areas such as Bio-Sensing and Interfaces, Liquid Biopsy, Clean Meat, or AI enabled health solutions are invited to apply for the Accelerator.
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Ludwigshafen
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The Regional Innovation Centre Ludwigshafen - TZL focuses on technology-oriented start-ups from chemical-related industries, the IT and creative industries, the energy industry, the health industry and knowledge-intensive services. In addition to offices and infrastructure in the form of seminar and meeting rooms, reception and mail acceptance, photocopiers, fax machines, franking machines, etc., modern IT infrastructure and parking spaces, the TZL also offers business consulting and further training.
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Lübeck
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The "Technikzentrum Lübeck" (TLZ) offers flexible office, laboratory and production space for innovative companies at three locations. Additional services are provided with regard to collaboration projects and technology transfer. The TLZ Campus, located on the campus of the University of Lübeck, is specialized on start-ups in the fields of bio/medical technology and information technology. Furthermore, the TLZ is home to the Fablab Lübeck, a high-tech worshop equipped with 3D-printers and Lasercutters, for prototype development.
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Oldenburg
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The Technologie- und Gründerzentrum Oldenburg is a strong partner for the foundation of innovative companies. It offers flexible and modern rooms (office, conference and laboratory rooms) free of commission. Companies can benefit from the cooperation with the Economic Development Agency of the City of Oldenburg, the University of Oldenburg's Start-up and Innovation Centre (GIZ) and with many experts and institutions in the region. Companies can also take advantage of the proximity to other young and future-oriented companies and the resulting far-reaching synergy effects.
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Heidelberg
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Technologiepark Heidelberg GmbH offers their tenants laboratories, offices, a conference center, a kindergarten and a canteen on six sites with different technological focus areas. The "Neuenheimer Feld", or of the technologie park, focuses on Biotechnology, Life sciences, Cell biology and Pharmacy. The Czernyring location is dedicated to pharmaceutical biotechnology and large-scale production. The Bahnstadt campus strengthens Heidelberg’s position as a center for the knowledge-based economy. The UmweltPark (Environmental Park) focuses on environmental technology and environmental economics. Start-ups are specifically supported by the business incubator Pfaffengrund. The Business Development Center Organic Electronics (BDC OE).
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Berlin
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Veolia Deutschland GmbH is one of the leading environmental service provider operating in three complementary business areas, Water, Waste Management and Energy. Furthermore, Veolia is dedicated to help startups in the fields of circular economy, climate protection and resource efficiency, and to reduce the time to enter the market with new concepts for a better world. Therefore, Veolia initiated the U-START program. Depending on the individual needs and level of maturity of the startup Veolia provides different up-scaling opportunities: prototyping, testing facilities for your proof of concept, co-creation projects, access to our distribution channels etc.
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