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Enabling Technologies B.V.

Enabling Technologies BV is a joint venture between DSM Resolve, Maastricht University/UMC+ and the Province of Limburg. Enabling Technologies, the South Limburg portal to open joint high-end analytic facilities for (bio)material & (bio)medical characterization, was founded in September 2012. Since then Enabling Technologies has invested in open accessible analytical infrastructure. The equipment is embedded within the partner organization DSM Resolve and MUMC+. Which is a privilege, because that’s the place where the experts are and where connections are made between scientists in public and private sectors and innovations emerge.

The world is changing rapidly and international competition is getting stronger. This challenge provides us with a compelling reason to innovate; especially in the fields of materials science, chemistry, food, life science and health, where solutions for the great challenges we face can be found.

The Chemelot Campus and the Maastricht Health Campus have a strong materials and life science network. Innovation requires the ability to measure, visualize, analyze and interpret data to help us gain new insights into the composition, structure, properties and interactions of and between (biological) materials. Enabling Technologies strives to integrate these knowledge platforms in collaborative and high-end analytical facilities that will enhance our ability to conduct excellent scientific research and create an optimal environment for business development.

The affordable way to enrich your insights

Enabling Technologies partners offers the following research services:

  • Visualization by imaging of nano- and microstructures in (biological) materials
  • Identification of complex chemical structures
  • World-class analytical facilities available for rent at cost price
  • Connection of unique analytical competences in material and life sciences
  • Working in an open Joint Facility Center
    Dutch SMEs & techno starters get up to 50% cashback up to a maximum of 30 k€.


Version: 29/11/2017