HIFAS Biologics finalist of the INNOVATE4TOMORROW programme

At HIFAS Biologics we are celebrating!

We are very pleased to announce that HIFAS Biologics has been selected as one of the finalists in the INNOVATE4TOMORROW programme, organised by Ayming. This flagship industry programme aims to recognise and reward innovative talent that is driving a more promising and sustainable future. For us, this nomination not only makes us proud of our goals and our mission, but it is also a recognition of the hard work and dedication we have invested in our project.

This year’s challenge was particularly competitive, as there was a very strong field of projects that seek to transform various areas of society through innovation. We are deeply proud that our project was selected among the best, standing out for its bold vision to transform the field of human health and effectively address the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance, using the revolutionary potential of fungi.

The next major milestone on this exciting journey will be on 2 July, when we will face a panel of experts who will determine the winners of the INNOVATE4TOMORROW programme. Although the competition is intense and we know that we are up against some of the most innovative projects of the moment, getting this far is an achievement and a success in itself.

We are excited about the opportunity to share our vision and innovations with the rest of the world. At HIFAS Biologics, we strongly believe in our role as agents of change and progress, and we are committed to moving forward with our mission to improve human health and global well-being.

We are deeply grateful to all those who have supported and believed in our work thus far. Your trust and support have been instrumental in reaching this milestone and further motivate us to continue to innovate and make a positive difference in the world.

We invite you to join us on this exciting journey towards a healthier and more sustainable future – stay tuned for more updates on our progress in the INNOVATE4TOMORROW programme!