By Xuefei Chen Axelsson
STOCKHOLM, Sept. 21(Greenpost)– Changsha National High-tech Industrial Development Zone delegation held a seminar with Research Institute of Sweden and Uppsala Bio on Thursday in Uppsala to discuss cooperation in biomedicine.
“CNHDZ is Hunan Province’s Silicon Valley and ranks top 10 in innovation capability. We have issued a new policy to encourage more overseas enterprises and talented people to open businesses in the zone. ”
Song said the grants can be as high as twenty million yuan every year and the total is 100 million per year.
The zone is very strong in biomedicine and really likes to cooperate with Swedish counterparts.
He said Changsha was the place that raised the first artificial baby and held the largest frozen sperm bank.
He welcomes Swedish companies to cooperate with their counterparts. He promised that the government is just willing to provide a platform for enterprises to cooperate.
He said RISE includes a lot of industries including food and medicine and plays a role of helping enterprises to find their international partners.
The famous Pfizer company used to be part of it. Forsberg said it is good to understand what kind of cooperation model will be and will bring more relevant companies to meet next time.
Zhou Wenqiang is Chief Scientist from Hunan Fangsheng Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd
Hao Zou is General Manager from Hunan Hua Rui Biological Technology Co. Ltd.
Huang Qingxi is from Central Bio-MD Valley Technology Co. Ltd
Guo Xialing is Board Chairman of Argus (Hunan) Pharmaceutical Ltd. She said she is looking for experts in fermentation.
The two sides also discussed partnerships, cooperation model, platforms and mechanisms to deepen the cooperation between the two sides.
Photo and Text: Xuefei Chen Axelsson