Agenda 28feb2019 Science Meets Business

About Science meets business

Plasmacure, a sparkling solution for chronic wounds by Bas Zeper, CEO and founder

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About Science meets business

Plasmacure addresses the huge problem of the 3-4% of the world population suffering with chronic or non-healing wounds. Quality of life is reduced strongly for these patients. This number of patients increases with the aging of the population and the increase of patients with chronic diseases like diabetes.
 
Chronic wounds cause pain, have high risks of infection and lead to amputations (diabetic foot ulcers). The risk of death within 5 years after a foot or lower leg amputation is higher than for most cancers. Costs are exploding with an average cost per non-healing wound of €10.000. Any treatment that will heal these wounds will be a great relieve for these patients and a cost saving for the society.
 
The existing solutions for non-closing wounds are limited, and the market needs new solutions and modalities. Our proposition is to heal wounds with an effective, affordable and easy-to-use cold-plasma treatment. 

Student company pitches 

We continue this SMB meeting with a great February tradition: We welcome a number of student company pitches from Radboud University Panorama science course, who will pitch their proposition and are looking for feedback and help.

And we conclude the event with drinks, bites and networking!

Time:         

16:00 Doors open
16.30 Start meeting
17:30 Networking, drinks & bites

Location:  

Novio Tech Campus, SMB Meet&Greet, building M,Transistorweg 5 Nijmegen (directions)
 
Presentations are in English and the entrance is free. We welcome new guests, so please feel free to pass on this invitation to relevant people in your network!
 
SMB facilitates and supports start-ups, young SME’s and entrepreneurial scientists. The meetings Science Meets Business aim to connect people and exchange knowledge in the world of science and business. 
 
Next Science Meets Business: Thursday 18 April 2019.
 
 
 

Practical information

  • 28 February 2019