January, 2-3, 2020 – Symposium “Academia meet Industry” – Presentation on current results of the SimLeap project “Biologically relevant small molecules: Taste active components identified by data-mining of Chinese historical manuscripts“.
Dr. Kai Lamottke gave a talk on the current achievements of the SimLeap project in the field of taste modulation. Federal Ministry of the Research and Education supports the project. The project is done in collaboration with Symrise AG and Charite, ICL Institute in Berlin. Over the last 3 years the collaboration partners have worked on the topic on how to tackle the industrialized societes’ problem of high sugar consumption and how to improve it. There have been a number of interesting results achieved. Moreover, Bicoll has shown that plant based small molecules are great for the taste modulation.
Over the last years BioM Biotech Cluster Development GmbH has been organizing the Symposium „Academia Meets Industry – Industry Meets Academia“ at Ringberg Castle (Tegernsee, Bavaria). Over 2 days the experts of academia and industry discuss relevant topics of the research and applications. New trends in the development in biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medicinal branches were discussed.