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Media presence is a key part of making society aware of developments in biotechnology and its benefits.This is where we post all our press releases. If you are a journalist interested in learning more about the biotechnology sector, contact Agathe Cortes, our Head of Communicationacortes@asebio.com

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  • Her Majesty the Queen, Doña Letizia and the Minister of Science and Innovation, Diana Morant, attended the conference promoted by the SEBBM Women and Science Group
  • The meeting took place at the National Museum of Natural Sciences of the CSIC (MNCN-CSIC) to promote the role of women in science and entrepreneurship
  • Education and communication are some of the priorities highlighted by the speakers in order to achieve equality objectives
  • Only 20% of Spanish technology start-ups are led by women
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  • 59% of drugs (277 lines of research at national companies and multinational corporations with a subsidiary in Spain) focus on finding a treatment for cancer
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AseBio regrets the fact that Spanish manufacturers of SARS-CoV-2 antigen detection tests have not been at any point considered as an essential component of the solution to the pandemic

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  • The association has more than 284 members, 65.5% of which focus on biotechnology for healthcare, nearly 17% on biotech for agrifood and 16.5% on industrial biotech
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  • This Thursday is the next-to-last day of COP26 and the association believes it is important to remember that biotechnology can cut greenhouse-gas emissions up to 65% and has a direct impact on 11 of the Sustainable Development Goals

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  • The Regional Minister for Economic and Business Development, Mikel Irujo, underlines Navarre's leadership and highlights the importance of BIOSPAIN in promoting relations between Navarrese companies and those from other regions and also at a global level.
  • The international congress concludes with nearly a thousand professionals from 600 organisations from 30 countries and more than 2,000 'one-to-one' meetings.
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  • The President of Navarra, María Chivite, has described this sector as strategic for economic recovery and with great potential for job creation.
  • This international benchmark event, organised by AseBio, in coordination with the Government of Navarra, has more than 900 attendees from 30 countries and more than 2,000 one-to-one meetings have already been held.
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Personalized medicine · BioSpain

Precision medicine and personalised medicine products or services have gone from representing 12% of total launches to 52% in 2020.  Navarra, which is hosting Biospain 2021, is one of the pioneering regions in precision medicine in Spain. 

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Biotech companies launched 70% more products and services to market and Spain moved to eighth in the world in scientific production in biotechnology