Innovation Exchange Amsterdam (IXA) is the joint knowledge transfer office of the Amsterdam universities
At every campus location throughout Amsterdam our business developers, legal advisors and grant advisors contribute to developing the Amsterdam innovation ecosystem by bringing together people. IXA drives the transition of scientific discoveries, research results and knowledge into ground breaking innovations and applications that improve lives, transform industries, and create substantial social and economic value.
The IXA workforce includes business developers, legal counsels, grants advisors, program managers and management staff. Rene van Lier is director of IXA. At nearly ten locations at the premises of the Amsterdam knowledge institutions the teams deploy their expertise and large network both to the benefit of the researches and external parties. All in view of IXA’s mission: Partnering science for impact.
Haermonics, een spin-off van Amsterdam UMC, heeft de effectiviteit en veiligheid bewezen van het spoelen van het hartzakje na een openhartoperatie. Een experimentele opstelling zorgde voor significant minder bloedingsgerelateerde complicaties. BOM Brabant Ventures en GAP Technologies investeren in het bedrijf voor de verdere ontwikkeling van de apparatuur en de disposables. Haermonics blijft samenwerken met Amsterdam […]News
Fitsurance and how they ‘pivot’ during COVID-19, as a VU ‘personal health’ startup All was lost (well, almost) After a great pilot-project in Zeeland, where we measured runners on the beach, to see what a 3-day running event did with runners’ health, we stepped up our efforts to prepare for 2020, in order to make […]News
This collaboration is part of 2-year UK government-funded project to bring RxSelexTM closer to patients Amsterdam UMC and AlphaBiomics Ltd., a United Kingdom (UK)-based precision medicine company, have initiated a collaboration to personalize care in patients suffering from inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). IBD patient response to biologics therapy is highly variable, with some patients receiving long-term benefits, […]News