A Bioincubator is a launch-pad structure for entrepreneurs to make their project in the sciences real. In Europe, we have many incubators within each industry, responsible for strategic investment, development and providing a support network for start-ups.
Bioincubators are considered as the first ‘home’ for young biotech companies, providing entrepreneurs access to research laboratories, technology platforms, specific services in management and even networking opportunities with investors.
Being ‘incubated’, the bio-entrepreneur and their team will receive support in different ways: financial, technical and on a consultancy basis. So, for the Old Continent, what and where could be the hottest bio-incubators?
This Top 10 ranking is subject to several criteria and includes a personal comment for each.
Location: Cambridge, UK
Size: 10 684 m²
Facilities: 7 buildings with a technology Development Laboratory, administrative, IT and corporate services as well as access to the world-class research at the Babraham Institute.