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UMG and SubRed Therapeutics aim to jointly develop a therapy for treatment of a rare, devastating childhood disease

Göttingen, 14.6.2023

In the Department of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine at UMG, scientists led by Dr. Lars Schlotawa have developed a therapeutic approach that may lead to the first effective treatment of the rare neurometabolic disease MSD (multiple sulfatase deficiency). Through the mediation of MBM ScienceBridge, the Australian pharmaceutical company SubRed Therapeutics, a subsidiary of Tarnagulla Ventures, was chosen as a partner for further development of the therapeutic approach. The common goal of UMG and SubRed is to jointly develop a therapy and achieve its approval as the first drug for the treatment of MSD.

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mRNA vaccine production from small to large scale

Göttingen, 30.3.2023

MBM ScienceBridge today announced the successful negotiation and execution of an exclusive worldwide commercialization agreement between Technical University (TU) Clausthal and Dillico SAS.

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New Method of Genotyping in Plant Breeding

Göttingen, 20.09.2022

MBM ScienceBridge GmbH has successfully negotiated a contract for an exclusive license between the Georg-August University of Göttingen and the Lower Saxony plant breeding company KWS SAAT SE & Co. KGaA.

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Ecological house construction: panels and walls-made of popcorn

Göttingen, 12.07.2022

Foto-BioC-2138-SUG-SmarterHabitat-PaneeleAffordable housing made from environmeltalally friendly and CO2-neutral building material: scientists at the University of Göttingen have developed a process for producing panels from hemp, flax and popcorn granules.                                          Photo: Udo Schmidt/Smarter Habitat

MBM ScienceBridge today announced the succesful negotiation and execution of an exclusive worldwide licensing agreement between the University of Göttingen and the company Smarter Habitat.

Sustainable building is a key international issue in view of the shortage of housing, rising construction prices and the high levels of air pollution caused by cement production and the construction industry. Especially in drywall construction, the use of plasterboard dominates with all its disadvantages: dirt during installation, problems with moisture, no possibility of recycling and costly disposal as construction waste.

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