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The network ‘lab-on-a-chip technologies’ brings together scientific and industrial experts to develop cost-efficient miniaturized laboratories as...

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German lab magazine 'Laborjournal' was so kind to present us and our technology in their recent edition. Special thanks to Karin Hollricher for the...

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Dr. Manfred Baier

Dr. Manfred Baier has more than 30 years’ experience in the diagnostic industry, most recently as Head of Roche Applied Science. In addition, at Roche, he previously held several leadership positions, including General Manager for Sales and Head of various business areas. 

Today, Dr. Manfred Baier is a member of the Board of Directors or Advisory Board of numerous life science companies in Germany, Sweden and the United Kingdom. 

He holds a Diploma in chemistry and gained his PhD in biochemistry at the University of Stuttgart. 

Reinhard Hamburger

Reinhard Hamburger has over 25 years of experience in the electronics and semiconductor test industry, most recently as Country Manager for Agilent Technologies in Germany. In his earlier career at Agilent, he held several leadership positions in Marketing and General Management.

Today, Reinhard Hamburger has his own business »C-FOR-U - Reinhard Hamburger - Business Coaching« and supports SMEs as well as start-ups. In addition, since more than a decade, he is active in various supervisory and advisory boards and in several non-profit-organizations.

He holds a Diploma in telecommunications of the Konstanz University of Applied Sciences.

Ralf Mulflur

Ralf Mulflur has over 15 years’ experience in the field of high-tech start-ups, most recently as CFO at ACQUIFER AG. Previously, he worked in investment banking and developed a medical device company from a start-up into worldwide leader.

Today, Ralf Mulflur is CEO at DITABIS AG, an OEM company specialized in contract-development, production and certification support of medical devices and lab equipment.

He holds a Diploma in economics and engineering from TU Berlin.