Spin-off companies

Establishing direct spin-offs from research centers is an important transfer channel. These spin-offs are based on technologies and insights developed by scientists over the course of many years of outstanding research. Not only are these new services, products, and processes able to significantly improve the ones that currently exist, or make them more cost-effective, they also offer first-time solutions for pressing challenges.

Since 2005, over 175 spin-offs from the Helmholtz Association have been founded. Two thirds of them were funded by the Helmholtz Enterprise Program.

Since 2005, more than 175 spin-offs have been founded from the Helmholtz Association. Two thirds of these were funded by the Helmholtz Enterprise program.

Helmholtz spin-offs are active in all technology-driven sectors of the economy.

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Contacts

    • N. N.
    • Head of Department Transfer and Innovation
      Helmholtz Association
    • Dr. Martin Kamprath
    • Program Manager Transfer and Innovation
      Helmholtz Association