Suzhou Industrial Park (China)
Located in an area of 86.3 hectares within the Dushu Lake Science and Education Innovation District, BioBay is an innovative science and technology center dedicated to the development of the biotech and nanotech industry. The center hosts and offers an incubator and an accelerator program, a site with industrial facilities, administrative facilities and services, and a residential area.

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Barcellona (Spain)
Established in 2006, Biocat is as a strategic player and catalyst in the development of the Catalan healthcare and life science ecosystem. Its mission is to involve all the stakeholders of the BioRegion (companies, research groups and entities, hospitals and innovation support structures) to translate knowledge and technology into economic growth while having a positive social impact.

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Biolake Science Park

Wuhan (China)
Biolake, or the Wuhan National Bioindustry Base, is an industry-based site established in 2008 in the Optics Valley of China. Located in an area of 15 square kilometers in the East Lake New Technology Development Zone of Wuhan in China, Biolake hosts six parks including Bio-innovation Park, Bio-pharma Park, Bio-agriculture Park, Bio-manufacturing Park, Medical Device Park and Medical Health Park. It has R&D facilities, incubation programs, administrative offices, consulting services, a residential area, and more to promote the development of the life science industry.

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Martinsried (Germany)
Since 1997, BioM has been promoting the development of the Munich Biotech Cluster as an internationally renowned center of excellence in the field of innovative biotechnology. BioM represents the first point of contact for biotech start-ups and companies seeking financial support or business advice. Through the BioM network, which includes all important players in the region such as public office representatives, scientific institutions, venture capitalists and biotech companies, BioM also assists Munich-based companies in finding the right contacts and partners.

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Rio de Janeiro (Brasil)
BIO-RIO is a technology park that was established in 1988. It is located in the campus of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and is home to over 40 companies and some academic centers focused on biotechnology and environmental R&D, and on the development of engineering products for the industry.

BIO-RIO is run by a non-profit organization that also provides the necessary space for its activities and has about 200 national and international institutions as partners,.

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CBF – Chuncheon Bioindustry Foundation

Chuncheon (South Korea)
Chuncheon Bioindustry Foundation was launched in January 2003 as an independent foundation after integrating “Bio Industry Venture Company Support Center” with “Bio Venture Plaza.” It hosts GMP facilities and became the first organization in Corea where start ups with insufficient capital to continue their industrial activities such as research, development, prototype production and main production, might go to find financial support.
The foundation will continue to strive towards establishing a world-class bio industry cluster in Korea through the formation of a business friendly environment that offers state-of-the-art infrastructure and systematic support services to biotech companies.

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CEBR – Council of European BioRegions

Bruxelles (Belgium)
CEBR is a membership-driven network of lifescience clusters across Europe that gathers approximately 40 subscribers and hundreds of clusters as partners across the world. CEBR represenst and supports thousands of small and medium companies, and hundreds of universities and research centers. The Bioindustry Park is one of the 10 European members of its Steering Committee.

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Changzhou West Taihu Lake S&T Industrial Zone

Changzhou (China)
Changzhou West Taihu Lake S&T Industrial Zone (Jiangsu Wujin Economic Zone, WEZ) is a leading science innovation center in Changzhou focused on life sciences.
With regional planning area of 90 square kilometers ( about 35 square miles), WEZ development follows the concept of “Integration of Production City, Technology-Driven, Financial Innovation, Livable Industry.”
The WEZ Park has recently signed a cooperation agreement with the Bioindustry Park and the Piemonte Innovation Cluster BioPmed to promote international projects, synergies and common initiatives.

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Associations (membership)

BIPCA has active collaborations with other institutions (Assobiomedica, Centro Estero Internazionalizzazione Piemonte, Camera di Commercio di Torino) and several Italian Science and Technology Parks, specializing in biotechnology and biomedical,  all of these  are collaborative members of the  Italian BioParks national team.


Other Partners:







  • FABA – Federationof Asian Biotech Associations – Telangana (India) Go to the website





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