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BIO-Europe 2018 – November 5-7

BIO-Europe is coming up in less than 2 weeks. Will you be there? If so, make sure that you schedule a meeting with our director Kees van der Graaf. We would be delighted to meet to explore ways that our SUL-compounds could help preventing acute...

Hibernation research leads to new medicines

Hibernation research leads to new medicines preventing Alzheimer, Diabetes Type 2 and acute kidney injury ‘Kidney tubule cells from hibernators have an increased resistance to oxidative stress compared to non-hibernators. Based on our research into...

Industrial Grant for UMCG and Sulfateq

Cooperation Sulfateq and UMCG recognizes with an Industrial Doctorates grant Last August 2018, the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) awarded an Industrial Doctorate grant to a collaborative project between Sulfateq B.V. and the...

Toekenning Industrial Doctorates subsidie

Samenwerking Sulfateq en UMCG erkent met een Industrial Doctorates subsidie Afgelopen augustus 2018 is door de Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO) een Industrial Doctorate beurs toegekend aan een...

Kidney Week 2017

The international kidney week is right around the corner. From 31 October until 5 November 2017 more than 13.000 kidney professionals from across the globe will come to New Orleans to exchange knowledge about the fight against kidney disease. Acute...

New publication SUL-121 compound

In the range of compounds for protecting organs from Sulfateq a new paper is published. We are proud to announce that Dr. L.E. (Leo) Deelman (UMCG) has published his paper on the protective effects of our SUL-121 compound in diabetes. SUL-121...