Whereas ScanBalt is already well known for its high emphasis on cross-sectoral and transnational projects for Innovation in Health and in Life Sciences, the growing field of bioeconomy has yet an enormous potential to grow. Regarding the huge efforts recently made by nearly all Baltic Sea states to set up national bioeconomy strategies, ScanBalt Bioeconomy Working Group aims to help to transfer political goals to practical action.
Witeno GmbH, Germany
University Greifswald, Research Support Centre, Germany
- ScanBalt Digital Health Working Group
The main focus in 2023 is on the activities related to the European Health Data Space. The working group is focused on finding possibilities to share best practices and ways to involve our partners, politicians and government officials in our activities. The activities of the digital health working group are based on four main pillars: EU Legislation, Political focus, Regional focus and Content.