On October 13, 3 p.m. EEST, the penultimate event of the first WOMEN IN BIOTECH series on female leadership in life science will take place. During the live broadcast, an…
The annual growth of the Lithuanian life sciences sector is 19%, which is one of the most rapid growth paces across the European Union. Lithuania’s potential is defined by well-developed infrastructure, universities and research centers, growing industry, significant foreign investments and national strategic directions.
Lithuania has been gradually becoming one of the high tech centers in the region. 90% of Lithuanian biotechnological, pharmaceutical products and medical devices are exported globally. LBTA represent as Lithuanian Health Technology Ecosystem within ECH Alliance global network.
Bioeconomy is a part of economy that produce renewable raw materials (biomass) and processes these raw materials and biowaste into value-added products – food, feed, industrial products, bioenergy. LBTA participates in national bioeconomy strategy development and implementation.