Hohenstein is an active member of various different innovation networks.

Exciting projects, valuable insights: our involvement in national and international research networks helps us to constantly expand our knowledge and actively participate in shaping the research landscape.

You can learn more about some of the networks that we are involved in here:

Forschungskuratorium Textil e.V.

This Berlin-based institution is a member of the German Association of Industrial Research Organizations (AiF) and coordinates the Industrial Collective Research (IGF) program in its role as the umbrella brand for textile research in Germany.

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innBW

Innovationsallianz Baden-Württemberg (Baden-Württemberg innovation alliance) is an alliance of 13 independent research institutes that carry out applied, result-based research in important pioneering fields.

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AFBW

The AFBW (Allianz faserbasierte Werkstoffe Baden-Württemberg) connects science and economics, people and markets, technologies and fields of application – from the fiber to the finished product.

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BIOPRO

BIOPRO Baden-Württemberg is the regional association for bio-economy, bio-technology, the pharmaceutical industry and medical technology (healthcare industry) in the state of Baden-Württemberg in Germany.

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BioRegio STERN

BioRegio STERN Management GmbH is the central point of contact for life sciences companies in the regions of Stuttgart and Neckar-Alb in Germany, and for anyone interested in starting a business in the fields of bio-technology and medical technology.

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Zuse-Gemeinschaft

The Zuse-Gemeinschaft (Association) represents the interests of independent, non-profit institutes that are doing industry-related research. The focus of its work is the transfer of research into economy. The institutes distinguish themselves by practical research for medium-sized companies.

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