The Laboratory of Organic Electronics (LOE) at the Department of Science and Technology at Linköping University is one of the world’s leading groups at the forefront of research in organic/plastic electronics. Specifically, we are interested in using the coupling between electronic and ionic charges to develop novel device and system concepts in the areas of energy, internet-of-things, healthcare, and biology. Our research themes span synthesis, material science, devices, systems and applications. We take theories and concepts from research to working prototypes and onwards to commercialization and benefits for society. LOE is composed of over 130 scientists, students, and staff spanning 11 research groups.
Medical University of Graz
The Division of Medical Physics and Biophysics forms an integral part of the Gottfried Schatz Research Center for Cell Signaling, Metabolism, and Aging at the Medical University of Graz. Leveraging an extensive and diverse research network across the university and clinics, we have the capacity to evaluate bioSWITCH across various experimental cancer models, ranging from in vitro studies to preclinical stages. Our network synergizes interdisciplinary collaborations among life scientists and clinicians to fully unleash the potential of bioSWITCH.
OBOE IPR is majority owned by more than 30 researchers within Organic Bioelectronics – that is, research focusing on biological and medtech applications of organic materials with electronic and other such relevant functionalities. The company started in 2007 to handle patent rights and know-how coming out from research. At that time, the founding members were part of the OBOE research environment spanning expertise from Linköping University (in particular the Laboratory of Organic Electronics), the Karolinska Institute, the Swedish Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), and the Swedish national research institute RISE-Acreo.
SupraPolix is a young company based in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, that develops and commercializes innovative supramolecular polymers (SupraBTM) for self-healing and biomedical applications. SupraPolix’ polymers find widespread use in the fields of regenerative medicine and injectable biomedical hydrogels.
Tagworks Pharmaceuticals is a privately held biotech company based in the Netherlands. Using proprietary in vivo click chemistry, Tagworks aims to increase efficacy & decrease toxicity across a range of systemic cancer treatments – from antibody-drug conjugates and prodrugs to targeted radiotherapeutics. Tagworks brings together multi-disciplinary scientists in the fields of chemistry, biology, and tumor immunology to unlock the full potential of biorthogonal chemistry in medicine. The company’s facilities are located on the campus of the Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen. Tagworks is a spin-out of Philips Healthcare and originates from Philips’ molecular imaging expertise.
The TU Wien is Austria’s largest research and educational institution in the field of technology and natural sciences. At TU Wien, we have been conducting research, teaching and learning under the motto ‘Technology for people‘ for over 200 years. More than 4,000 scientists are researching in five main research areas at eight faculties. The content of the studies offered is derived from excellent research, with more than 27,000 students in 55 degree programs. TU Wien is at the heart of one of the world’s most beautiful cities with one of the highest standards of living and is acting as a gateway to Eastern Europe and the Middle East. As a driver of innovation, TU Wien strengthens the business location, facilitates cooperation, and contributes to the prosperity of society.