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The history of the vaccine manufacturer is a success. Now the Federal Government must ensure that Germany is becoming more attractive for other biotech companies. © dpa The Corona pandemic has moved into focus in Germany in Germany.
A whole country is in the success of a single biotech company from Mainz. In less than a year, Biontech has launched a novel vaccine against the Corona virus and earned so many billions in the second year that, according to calculations, it has contributed almost a fifth to the total German economic growth.
Not only the USA are the land of unlimited possibilities, even in Germany , success stories are true that no one has foreseen. But therefore, not everything is good in Germany's biotech industry.
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The mood rises, while the companies were able to enroll the second year in a row billions totaling financial investors. But Germany is still do not manage to offer sufficient funding opportunities to the company in this country.
Biotech IPOs take place almost only in the US, because the companies can have a multiple of whatever ones, which would be possible in Germany or Europe. Meanwhile, it is likely to be impossible or at least a question of years of construction work, to make the stock market location Germany for the industry again so attractive that local biotech companies decide for an IPO in Frankfurt.
But that is not necessary, as long as Germany succeeds in becoming as attractive as a location for the industry so attractive that the companies with the course to US exchanges do not give up the research location Germany in favor of the USA.
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Germany falls in research competition
This is the great danger associated with the ever-increasing scissors of funding opportunities between the US and Germany. The biotech scene in the US is unevenly potent and diverse in the great clusters at the Eastern and West Coast and is likely to offer promising opportunities for their German investments from the point of view of the US investors.
The new federal government can contribute a lot to germany for biotech companies becomes an attractive location where they also like to stay.
start-ups of universities and research projects should be more targeted. Scientists who want to venture entrepreneurship must be supported with appropriate initiatives. Funding programs such as GO Bio or for innovative small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) must be reissued and specifically focused on the needs of the industry. If - as in the central innovation program middle class - only companies can be promoted with a sufficient equity ceiling, then many drug developers fall through the grid. For example, if you have almost used up your capital blanket for the development of a new promising therapy.
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Regional clusters are the key to success
above all but it needs more initiatives to bundle medical and biotech competence in clusters, as has succeeded in Germany in Germany. Mainz, with BionTech in the center, also has the chance to become such a center. Cooperations with clinics, universities and other companies had long constructed Biontech before the vaccine success. Such an environment then offers the appropriate framework of innovative companies and scientific talents to promote new therapy approaches.
In order for further biotech success stories to be written in Germany - not only in Mainz.
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