As a part growing sector and a global community, the biotechnology business institute relies on the support of and collaboration with many members of our ecosystem to deliver the best education to our students. We enable our students to become high performing scientific mangers in society, who can help develop new therapeutic opportunities.
The Parc Científic de Barcelona is one of Europe’s model ecosystems in research, technology transfer and innovation, mainly in the health sector: pharmacology, biotechnology, medical technologies, food and cosmetics. The academic development of our programmes, seminars and other teaching activities are related to our educational principles and have been developed with input from our collaborators at the Barcelona Scientific Park, who we thank for their support and guidance.
Our programmes are based on real patented technologies from three of the main technology transfers offices in Barcelona. Under a confidentiality agreement our students work with the innovation managers, principal researchers and our board of professors to develop drug discovery business plan proposals.
As an active stakeholder in the biotechnology sector our relationships with the different bioindustry associations, nationally and internationally, the bbi develop synergies, collaborations and supports activities to grow our community and the overall Life Sciences ecosystem.
This academic institution was funded in part and supported by the enisa entrepeneurship programme and the spanish exportations agency and its programme icext next.
The BBI has entered into a Strategic Partnership as Innovation Advisors to the Anglo Nordic Life Sciences Conference
The Biotechnology Business Institute (BBI) has been invited to join the board committee of the Anglo Nordic Life Sciences Conference. The BBI will act as innovation advisors by enabling investments in early-stage companies and helping with cluster development through international networking with key decision makers.
The Anglonordic Conference is mostly for European investors to meet with R&D companies from the Nordic countries and the UK. The Conference provides an innovative forum for investors and companies to connect with each other through an established format of panel discussions, parallel technology and biotech investment rooms, as well as opportunities for 1:1 meetings. The BBI believes that this 19th Conference in London will provide exceptional value for money for the companies that are planning to attend.
BBI Cambridge Ltd has been certified by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO). The ICO is the UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest and data privacy for individuals. The relevant certificate can be found here.
The objective of the ISO International Standards for a Quality Management System is to help organizations be effective and strategic while being able to adapt to the constantly changing market dynamics. It also suggests various forms of correction and improvement such as breakthrough change, innovation and re-organization.
The ISO 9001:2015 is the latest edition of the ISO 9001, the only certifiable body of the ISO 9000 family regarding Quality Management Systems. It is the most widely known among the International Standards with regard to quality control and quality assurance for organizations of any type and size. Its main principles for quality management include: Customer Focus, Leadership, People Engagement, Process approach, Improvement, Evidence-based decision making, Relationship Management.