Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 17:

Sorbus Biomedical’s Cell Cultivation System can advance the UN goal of partnerships for the goals by fostering collaborations across sectors and geographies, leveraging expertise, and promoting sustainable and inclusive development through innovative biotechnological solutions.

Collaboration with Research Institutions and Universities: Sorbus Biomedical can partner with research institutions and universities globally to advance cell cultivation technologies. These partnerships foster knowledge sharing, joint research initiatives, and the training of future scientists and engineers in biotechnology.

Joint Ventures with Biotechnology Companies: collaborating with other biotechnology companies allows Sorbus Biomedical to combine expertise and resources, accelerating the development and adoption of innovative cell cultivation systems. Such partnerships can also lead to the creation of new business models and commercialization strategies that benefit multiple stakeholders.

Engagement with Governments and NGOs: working with governments and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), Sorbus Biomedical can align its cell cultivation technologies with public health priorities, such as improving access to regenerative medicine or supporting sustainable agricultural practices. This collaboration can also involve policy advocacy and regulatory frameworks that promote ethical and safe deployment of biotechnologies.

Supporting Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): the Cell Cultivation System can be designed and promoted in ways that contribute directly to specific SDGs, such as SDG 3 (Good Health and Well-being), SDG 9 (Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure), and SDG 17 (Partnerships for the Goals). For example, improving access to affordable medical treatments (SDG 3) through scalable cell cultivation technologies or enhancing technological capabilities in developing countries (SDG 9) through partnerships with local stakeholders.

Sharing Best Practices and Standards: engaging in partnerships allows Sorbus Biomedical to share best practices, establish industry standards, and promote responsible business practices across the biotechnology sector. This can include initiatives for ethical sourcing, environmental sustainability, and transparency in research and development processes.