Prof. Dr. Uğur Şahin and Prof. Dr. After Özlem Türeci announced that they wanted to move the company to England, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz went to BioNTech and expressed his support.
While the world was writhing in the corona virus disaster, two Turkish scientists became the hope of humanity.
Prof. Dr. Uğur Şahin and Prof. Dr. The first corona vaccine developed by BioNTech, founded by Özlem Türeci in Germany, became a shield in the fight against the epidemic.
The inventors of the vaccine, which saved the lives of millions of people, were on the agenda with the announcement that they would move the company to England due to the heavy bureaucratic problems they experienced in Germany.
New Facility Announcement from BioNTech
BioNTech recently announced that the construction of the facility where plasmid DNA, an important component of mRNA-based vaccines, will be produced in its factory in Marburg, has been completed.
In the statement made by BioNTech, it was stated that 40 million Euros will be invested in the completed facility.
In the statement, it was stated that most of the plasmid DNA components needed for mRNA-based drugs for cancer and infectious diseases will be produced in this facility.
Visit from German Chancellor Scholz
Visiting the facility in Marburg, about 90 kilometers north of Frankfurt, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz stated that they welcome the investment of BioNTech.