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Animal Health Presentations BioFIT 2023

Animal Health Presentations BioFIT 2023

SIMV launches a new call for projects in animal health. The expected projects are innovations with a very broad theme in relation to animal well-being and health (diagnosis, prevention, vaccine, therapy, medical device, connected health, etc.).

They can be at different levels of maturity (upstream, downstream or applied): no project is excluded at this stage. E-health projects in the field of veterinary medicine are also welcome

Projects submitted to SIMV will be assessed by SIMV expert members according to three main criteria: maturity, suitability for the veterinary market, technicality and innovation.

Following this evaluation, all projects will be mapped according to these different criteria and shared more widely with all SIMV members.

The best projects will be selected to participate in the Animal Health Presentation during BioFIT and the winner will be recognised as the most innovative project in Europe in Animal Health.

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