Early stage • Life sciences
GO ▪ Bio Initial
Go ▪ Bio Initial is a BMBF funding programme for researchers with innovative ideas in the life sciences.
Scientists find it easy to pursue ideas and discover solutions. However, they often lack the time to seek funding and further develop their solutions into market-ready innovations.
We support scientists at FZ Jülich who want to turn their ideas into reality and explore the real-world application potential of their research. Our innovation management helps with the acquisition of funding by revising funding applications and pitches.
FZ Jülich itself, along with Helmholtz, the federal government, and the EU, promotes knowledge and technology transfer by bridging the gap between research and the market through funding programs tailored to various project objectives and phases. The Innovation Management team is dedicated to facilitating this process and fostering innovation in the scientific community.
This programme, which consists of two independent modules, supports spin-off projects within the Helmholtz Association.
The Field Study Fellowship provides funding for personnel and material costs for market research.
The Spin-off Programme enables the establishment of start-up teams and start-up skills.
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The Proof-of-Concept Initiative is designed to help transfer preclinical research into clinical development more efficiently.
Experienced project managers drive promising preclinical and clinical development projects forward with the goal of achieving clinical proof of concept more quickly.
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Helmholtz Innovation Labs
The Helmholtz Innovation Labs are a place for scientific expertise and the needs of industry to meet.
Science and industry are brought together through a new physical interface in long-term development projects. This interface allows for collaboration and knowledge exchange between these two sectors, fostering innovation and the application of research findings in practical settings.
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Efficient processes for financing knowledge or technology transfer at FZ Jülich
Advancing an invention or innovative idea often requires securing additional funding. After all, market studies, interim financing, start-ups, product developments or marketing campaigns need to be financed.
The Innovation Fund at FZ Jülich is designed to meet the individual needs and phases of any innovative ond transfer-oriented project.
This keeps the processes lean and allows our scientists more time for their research.
Further information about specific funding instruments, eligibility criteria, and the application process for the Innovation Fund is available to FZ Jülich employees on the intranet.