Networks are part of BRAIN’s DNA
The networking and open innovation concept that is widely practiced within the field of academic research is literally part of the DNA of BRAIN, which began life as a university-based start-up.
A key component of the work performed by BRAIN’s scientists is engage in an exchange of the latest insights into highly specialized subject areas with scientists at international research institutes. In some cases, the industrial applications of these findings will only come to fruition in the distant future.
BRAIN is regularly present at international trade shows and conferences in order to engage in industrial networking, explore the market and customer needs, and to present its own products and offers of cooperation.