Projects & thematic networks that move our region forward

Life Science Nord initiates projects and thematic networks on various key topics of the sector in Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg. In parallel, we are involved as a consortium partner in collaborative and research projects – from regional to international consortia.

The focus of our commitment is the added value that results for Life Science Nord members, cluster stakeholders and the regional economy. Together, we drive developments forward and give successes supra-regional visibility.


The Hanseatic Life Science Research Infrastructure Consortium (HALRIC) is an EU-supported initiative, which aims to be a springboard for innovation capacity in the ÖKS-Hamburg Life Science sector via increased access to and use of cross-border front-end technologies, instruments, expertise, and data handling solutions.

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The HIHeal next level project aims to further develop and expand the network established in the field of hygiene, infection, and health in Hamburg. The main focus areas are green hygiene, material sciences, gender-specific influences on immune diseases as a contribution to new treatment strategies for infections as well as antibiotic resistance and its significance for infection prevention and the development of innovative approaches to solutions.

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P.I.L.O.T. Next Level

P.I.L.O.T Next Level (Precision Medicine, Innovations, Life Science, Opportunities, Technologies Next Level) encompasses precision medicine and digitalisation in all their facets. In doing so, it deliberately sets priorities and fleshes out existing activities.

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Past projects

In recent years, Life Science Nord has successfully completed numerous projects with various players and sponsors or supported them as a partner, whose developments and results have sometimes been integrated into other activities.

  • Here you will find an overview of past LSN projects.
  • Click here for the networks & partnerships that have been supported by LSN or are still being supported.