WHO WE ARE

HUMAN.TECHNOLOGY. STYRIA

We are the hub of a cluster of around 140 Styrian companies that work for human health.
We act as a hub for contacts, know-how and information for this community. 
Our goal is to create economic added value for the cluster community, to further develop the strengths of the region in a targeted manner and thus to improve the international visibility of the location.

PRIORITIES

CLUSTER COMMUNITY

"People come together when they talk" - in fact, the intensive, cross-industry and cross-institutional communication and networking is a lived Styrian tradition.

As the heart of this very dynamic and heterogeneous Styrian life science community, we bring them all together: representatives from politics and administration, education and research, health and care, digital and analogue service providers, small, medium and large companies.

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News

Group picture with Johann Harer, Lejla Pock and Barbara Eibinger-Miedl
Lejla Pock becomes the new managing director of the Styrian human technology cluster
On October 1, 2022, Lejla Pock will take over the management of "Human.Technology Styria". She follows...
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The winners of the Corporate Call 2022 have been chosen
As part of the Health Tech Hub on January 27, 2022 in Graz, members of the human technology cluster...
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The shareholders

Events

31.
January
2023
3DAYS for care
For 3 days in Graz the focus is on the care sector. The aim is to work with startups and corporates to secure the future of care, make everyday work easier for caregivers and provide relief for those affected and their relatives.
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02.
February
2023
Coffee Break 2/2023
30 online minutes with news from the cluster!
Find out quickly, easily and in a pleasant atmosphere what is happening in the cluster. In the new online format "Coffee Break" we inform you about the latest news, events and developments.
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07.
February
2023
Challenges in pharmaceutical plant construction
In the 2-day classroom training, technical and regulatory basics such as risk analysis, hygiene design, required material qualities, requirements for measuring devices and tank specifications, piping and instrumentation schemes (RuI) and GMP-compliant planning, documentation and qualification of systems are taught in a practical manner.
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