Germany’s healthcare market is the largest in Europe, and the reputation of its universities and research institutes is second to none. Now the country is increasingly starting to exploit its potential as an innovation hub for life sciences.
Focus Germany‘s Life Sciences Revolution
Germany’s healthcare market is the largest in Europe, and the corona pandemic has given it a major boost.
Japan’s biggest pharmaceutical company has two production plants in Germany: one in Baden-Württemberg, which is working on a dengue fever vaccine, and another in Oranienburg.
The Israeli company ReWalk Robotics recently opened an office in Berlin. It uses cutting-edge robotics technology to assist patients with lower limb disabilities.