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DSM is a global purpose-led, science-based company specializing in Nutrition, Health & Sustainable Living. The purpose of DSM is to create brighter lives for all, by using scientific and innovation power and aligning the company strategy with the Sustainable Development Goals that were adopted by the United Nations in 2015.
'It's the best way we know of ensuring that we keep growing, and that our bright science continues to create solutions that make life brighter for people everywhere - both today and for generations to come.'
Joyn Bio is a joint venture between Bayer and Ginkgo BioWorks dedicated to addressing unmet needs in agriculture by applying synthetic biology approaches to engineer microbes. By engineering crop-colonizing microbes, we can develop a new class of biologicals that are sustainable and reach unprecedented levels of performance and reliability.
The Centre for Human Drug Research (CHDR) is an independent institute that specializes in cutting-edge early-stage clinical drug research. Besides maximizing their client's success, the highest priority is placed on their subjects' comfort and safety and they play an active role in helping educate the medical and clinical research communities.
'We believe that it is every scientist's responsibility to help educate student researchers and professionals.'
Itility is a team of digital consultants in data, cloud, software and IT infrastructure. We act as the digital twin of our customers: shoulder to shoulder implementing digital solutions that bring day-to-day innovation. And as Itilians, we constantly learn, improve, go one step beyond; join our Young Professional Program and also become a digital twin..
'Never stop questioning, and always go one step beyond. Together we design and build your digital solutions.'
'We may not look alike, but we certainly think alike. We are your digital twin.'
Medical Delta is an interdisciplinary collaboration of more than 350 scientists from Erasmus University, Erasmus MC, TU Delft, LUMC, Leiden University and four universities of applied sciences. Together with businesses and governments, they work on technological solutions for sustainable healthcare. Medical Delta does this with fifteen interdisciplinary scientific programs and with practice-oriented field and living labs. Medical Delta thus forms the pivot of the Health & Technology ecosystem in the province of Zuid-Holland and beyond