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1 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere Experiences from ScanBalt – a Network of Networks

2 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere ScanBalt BioRegion 11 countries Denmark Estonia Finland Iceland Latvia Lithuania Norway Poland Sweden North Germany NW Russia. 85 million people Reykjavik Oslo Stockholm Helsinki Copenhagen Warsaw Vilnius Riga Tallinn St. Peters- burg Berlin

3 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere ScanBalt BioRegion is the meta-region ScanBalt™ is a neural member association founded in 2004 ScanBalt™ focus on Life Sciences and Biotech ScanBalt™ is a bottom up organisation The project ScanBalt initiated in 2002

4 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere ScanBalt™ – Network of Networks

5 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere ScanBalt BioRegion – major actors Source: ScanBalt Yellow Pages, Oct (absolute numbers)

6 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere ScanBalt BioRegion - Companies Source: ScanBalt Yellow Pages, Oct (absolute numbers)

7 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere

8 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere Vision ScanBalt will promote knowledge formation, education, research, technology transfer, innovation and economic development within life sciences in order to meet meta-regional needs and increase competitiveness in accordance with ScanBalt values. ScanBalt will be a forum for discussions of the impact of life sciences on society. ScanBalt will act as a platform and an umbrella for activities within life sciences. Mission In respect for our vision and values, ScanBalt promotes the development of ScanBalt BioRegion as a globally competitive meta-region.

9 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere Objectives ► Create corporate identity for ScanBalt BioRegion ► Develop visibility for ScanBalt BioRegion and the members of ScanBalt ► Attract financial, human and industrial resources ► Coordinate joint efforts in research, education, technology transfer, innovation and economic development ► Provide a platform to facilitate dialogue and collaboration between networks, academia, hospitals, public authorities, private companies and individuals ► Create a platform to facilitate dialogue with supra-national institutions

10 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere Opportunities: Well educated populations Collaborative culture Complementary competencies Pool of intellectual capital abroad

11 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere The Future: Challenges: Heavy investments in education, research and innovation in for example Asia, the US and others Baltic Sea Region still Europe´s most competitive - but others are catching up! Brain drain Shrinking percentage of World population

12 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere ScanBalt Campus (Interreg111B) ScanBalt Network of Networks (NIC) ScanBalt Competence Region (EU FP6) Boosting Baltic FP6 (EU FP6) Educational mobility (NIC) Economic Barriers for Borderless Cooperation (NIC) Biotech, One Click Away (NIC) Communication in ScanBalt BioRegion (NIC)  ScanBalt IP Knowledge Network (EU FP6)  ScanBalt Marine Biotech (NorFA) ScanBalt Clinical Research Network (NIC)  ScanBalt AgroBiotech (NorFA)  ScanBalt Stem Cell Network (NorFA)  Boost BioSystems (EU FP 6)  Trayss (FP 6) Identity and infrastructureSpecific thematic projects Co-funded ScanBalt Projects

13 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere ScanBalt Campus: The Strategic Challenges Pioneering in putting the Bologna process into practise Cluster for excellence Improve collaboration with industry and hospitals Attract resources for research and education No university alone hosts leading expertise in all disciplines in the biotech and life science area Improve flexibility in a rapidly changing scientific area Improve balance between demand and supply of education

14 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere

15 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere ScanBalt Executive committee ScanBalt Academy ScanBalt projects Infrastructural: Thematic: Campus Marine Netw. Clinical Research Netw. Competence Region IP Knowledge Center Boost. Baltic Agrobiotech Stem Cells Lund Universtity Tallinn University of Technology Strandins University Hospital Secretariat

16 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere Strategy Priorities From 2006 and 3 years ahead ScanBalt will focus on three interrelated priorities in order to support the formation and development of new ideas, networks and projects and ensure output in terms of concrete results. The three priorities are: ► Identity and Infrastructures ►Communication and Transparency ► Coordination and Consolidation

17 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere The web: hits per month

18 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere The ScanBalt Newsletter Subscribers, 6 times a year

19 Hanna Halme, Turku Bio Valley Ltd Tampere ScanBalt™ : The Big Fish Small Fish Model Asia ScanBalt Silicon Valley US


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