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07/12/2018
2017 BioCat report: The best of the Bioregion of Catalonia
The bioregion of Catalonia is an international reference bioregion as the 2017 Biocat report released this week shows (Biocat is the organization that champions the healthcare and life sciences ecosystem in Catalonia).

ALBA synchrotron is part of this ecosystem, among other with the XALOC beam line that allows the protein structure determination, an important step in the design of a new drug.
 
At the end of 2017, the bioregion hosted 1,060 companies (a new company created each week) that invoiced 17.8 billion euros (average annual growth of 2.4% between 2000 and 2016), 89 research entities, 58,000 employees, etc.
Those figures and much more information and analysis are available in this new report downloadable here.
 

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