Most people associate the German region of Brandenburg with Bach’s concertos, or with Fontane’s description of its scenic landscapes, rather than with a high-tech biochip industry.

But this perception may change: BioHyTec, a network involving about 20 small and mid-sized companies, 10 academic institutions, and a handful of other partners all from the area of Berlin and surrounding Brandenburg, is fostering biosensor product development and academic biotechnology training in the region

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