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About BioUkraine

Through its Biotechnology Initiative, the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation aims to advance the state of biotech in Ukraine by fostering educational, research and business development in the sector and raising international awareness about biotech opportunities in Ukraine. The Foundation envisions providing support to Ukrainian students, researchers and entrepreneurs who wish to engage with the American biotech community through educational exchanges, attendance at conferences and participation in trade shows.

News

November 1, 2017

Ukraine – Fiscal incentives for science, technology and innovation activities : good practice review report (English)

This report reviews different international good practices in introducing and implementing fiscal incentives for supporting science, technology, and innovation (STI)...
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November 1, 2017

Ukraine – Innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem diagnostic (English)

This report assesses the environment – or "ecosystem" -- that shapes innovation by firms in Ukraine. It examines the ecosystems...
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November 1, 2017

Ukraine – Science, technology, and innovation public expenditure analysis (English)

This report evaluates the quality mix of public support programs for science, technology, and innovation (STI) in Ukraine and provides...
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May 1, 2017

Ukraine national quality infrastructure gap assessment (English)

On request of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine, an NQI Market Gap Assessment for Ukraine was...
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April 2, 2019

Sumy scientist invents environmentally friendly packaging

Dmytro Bidiuk, an inventor from the Ukrainian city of Sumy, created packaging for food products that does not harm the environment and plans to launch full production this year. Dmytro Bidiuk, from the Sumy National Agrarian University in northeasten Ukraine, has invented a bioplastic for packaging and is working on film and disposable tableware. Unlike conventional plastic tableware, they biodegrade without leaving harmful residual compounds. His products have won awards at several Ukrainian and international competitions and now Dmytro, together with his partners, is working on developing serial production in Sumy. - “For as long as I can remember,” Dmytro...
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