Our friends at Synapse – Life Science Connect will be hosting the Copenhagen Life Science Summit ’19 (CLSS) on Thursday, May 9th at The Exchange Hall (Børssalen). A full-day conference that aims to bring together students, recent graduates and professionals to
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COBIS-based MVA-member, Japanese oncology company, Daiichi Sankyo, established their Nordic headquarter in Copenhagen last year. This was absolutely no coincidence according to Daiichi Sankyo´s Global Chief of Research and Development, Antoine Yver (standing left), who motivates their decision in a recently
During the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the Danish based bioscience company, Chr. Hansen, that develops natural ingredient solutions for the food, nutritional, pharmaceutical and agricultural industries was ranked as the most sustainable company in the world by the recognized business
More than 70 projects applied for the Bio Innovation Institute Proof of Concept grant of up to DKK 1M. 8 projects were finally awarded a total of DKK 7.5M. Here are the winners. We at Medicon Valley Alliance wish them the best
Municipality of Ballerup, MVA-member and one of the leading Danish life science municipalities, has just launched a new campaign and promotion video to raise awareness of the opportunity to locate your life science company in the vibrant local life science
Medicon Valley Alliance is part of the new German-Scandinavian cross-border research network project ‘Hanseatic League of Science (HALOS)’ that has been awarded 3.6 million Euro by the European Regional Development Fund INTERREG. The project, which is coordinated by the University
We are happy to be able to announce that ReproUnion has been granted funding for the continuance of the ReproUnion project, which will help establish and further develop the Medicon Valley region as a world-class life science cluster within infertility
Export-driven growth in life science will to an increasing extent depend on the demands of the growing Chinese markets, but how do we keep the engine running? This question is the point of departure for the recently published business column
MVA Chairman of the Board if Directors, Søren Bregenholt, and MVA CEO, Petter Hartman were both interviewed for the recently published Medicon Valley feature “Medicon Valley: Cross-border strengths” in the magazine, Nordic Life Science. Read full article here.