Want to find out what is happening at Europe’s cutting edge of health-tech solutions?

Come to Norrlands Nation on the 19th of October and meet this year’s participants in the EIT Health Bootcamp programme: LaunchLab, organized by Yes!Delft and UU Innovation. Eleven exciting start-ups from 7 European countries will pitch their innovative ideas and are eager to meet our local talents and experts. A brief introduction to the teams is presented below.

Curious about how to launch your health-tech solution into healthcare and success?

Kick-starting the evening is Kontigo Care; The core of Kontigo Care’s solution is in their cloud-based platform encompassing Artificial Intelligence and predictions. The unique platform enables remote diagnosis, care and aftercare and this innovative eHealth solutions is now becoming part of the addiction care of tomorrow. Kontigo Care will present their journey from starting out in health-tech and the challenges they met introducing the method into the healthcare system.

After the presentation and pitches there will be drinks and food served while you get the opportunity to meet the entrepreneurs in a poster session and networking finale.

If you want to set up a private meeting with one of the teams, don’t hesitate to contact us at Uppsala BIO lovisa.case@uppsalabio.com or UU Innovation moa.fransson@uuinnovation.uu.se!

When: 19th of October at 18:00, registration starts at 17:45

Where: Norrlands Nation

What: Health-tech and wine

Register here no later than 17th of October.


/The teams at Uppsala BIO, UU Innovation and Yes!Delft


Contributing LaunchLab teams are:

Clemedi – Germany www.clemedi.com

Clemedi allows diagnostic labs to detect bacteria in patient samples < 24 hours. This will improve patient care and reduce antibiotic resistance.

Ergotrics – Belgium www.ergotrics.com/en/

Ergotrics develops and manufactures inflatables using compressed air which allow for the optimal positioning or moving of patients.

Human Genome Foundation – Netherlands  www.humangenomefoundation.org

We enable self-ownership over DNA to every human to reduce disease suffering, provide early stage warning for risks, reducing adverse impact and costs

HydrUStent – Portugal www.HydrUStent.com

FOR patients who need temporary urological stents, WHO need to have a second surgery for stent removal, OUR PRODUCT is a degradable stent that will revolutionise the market, PROVIDING lower treatment cost, avoiding second surgery for stent removal, while reducing the risk of infection and eliminates the cases of ”forgotten” stents.

iBreve – Spain  www.ibreve.com

The Wearable that fights stress by analysing breathing patterns. A digital health solution for patients with burnout, anxiety or respiratory diseases

Inossia AB – Sweden www.inossia.com

We will manufacture, pack and sell an additive to be used together with a bone cement for treatment of osteoporotic vertebral fractures.

Knowing – Germany www.knowing-health.com

Science generates data but knowledge grows slowly. We store, integrate and connect biomedical data to make drug development and therapies truly individual.

myHydro, TEX life&healthcare – Poland                                   

A textile band measuring optically the body hydration level connected to the mobile app. It provides reliable, real-time and continuous measurement.

Oxypoint – Belgium www.oxypoint.eu

Intelligent oxygen flowmeter + software platform giving comfortable oxygen therapy, while consuming less and real time adapting to patient parameters

S.Bot – Germany                                                   

We are creating a robot that can wash and disinfect or sterilize hospital floors regardless of what hour of day or night or number of cleanings needed. Our product will be easy to use and maintain, drastically reduce infections rate, treatment and personnel costs. More than that, patients feel safe and are reassured that their safety is your top priority.

STIL – Netherlands                                               

People with Essential Tremor have involuntary vibrations in the arms, making them unable to perform even the simplest tasks in life, such as eating and drinking. Current treatments have severe side-effects, causing patients to reject it and live with the consequences. STIL technology is capable of mechanically suppressing tremor and will provide a stable future for 30 million people