To finance our research, learn more from experienced partners, and gain other valuable support we approached companies to help us with our project. On this page we want to put our main sponsors in the spotlights. Thanks to all partners and sponsors supporting us!
Thanks to our main sponsors!
Itility is a leader in the field of data science. This combined with their social responsibility and knowledge made them decide to support iGEM. They believe in the power of data science combined with synthetic biology.
“At Itility we merge technology and data to go one step beyond. We are a consultancy team with data experts, cloud experts, and IT professionals.”
“A step-by-step journey of continuous innovation and seamless operations.”
IDE Group focuses on projects that can change lives in a meaningful way, such as a reliable rapid diagnostic test platform for HIV or COVID19. Their innovation focus is on the medical field. They achieve this with their development, manufacturing and entrepreneurial skills. By creating a multidisciplinary team around an idea, they have ensured success in projects for more than 15 years.
Medical Delta is an interdisciplinary collaboration composed of over 280 scientists of Erasmus University, Erasmus MC, TU Delft, LUMC, Leiden University and universities of applied sciences that work together with companies and governments to find technological solutions for problems that arise in health care. Medical Delta offers interdisciplinary scientific programs together with field and living labs and forms the center of the national Health & Technology ecosystem.
The CHDR is an independent institute that specializes in cutting-edge early-stage clinical drug research. By combining innovative methods and technologies, state-of-the-art facilities, and talented, motivated researchers, CHDR maximizes their clients’ success and foremost they help in the first clinical steps towards new drug approvals. CHDR supports initiatives of motivated and curious students, such as our project.
“We believe that it is every scientist’s responsibility to help educate student researchers and professionals.”