The Amsterdam research landscape sees a continuous emergence of new opportunities, spin-offs, start-ups, and products and services. These benefit society in areas as diverse as education, healthcare, clean energy and information and communication technology (ICT). New companies started by staff (spin-offs) and students (start-ups) offer opportunities for collaboration and investment.
In the context of valorisation and entrepreneurship, each university participates in new ventures through a holding company:
The ACE Incubation Program kicked off with six innovative tech and science based startups of VU, UvA, HvA and other universities. In this 10 week program the startups will get intensive training after which they are ready to spread their wings. Meet the startups: DBugIT – VU Startup Sector: Software Founders: Marc Went, Robert Jansma, […]News
Dog Rax had bone cancer, was given a cancer vaccine at the Medical Center for Animals, and seems to be all right. It is hopeful news in the development of a cancer vaccine for humans, says Arjan Griffioen, professor of Experimental Oncology at Amsterdam UMC . He has been working on the development of this […]News
At the start of 2022, Amsterdam Public Health (APH) in collaboration with IXA have launched a call for support of valorisation and impact projects within the research institute. This resulted in 23 interesting applications, of which three projects have been awarded a grant of € 2500.- complemented with in-kind support from Innovation Exchange Amsterdam (IXA). […]News