ice President Charlotte Ahlgreen discus how to overcome the cultural and national challenges that comes with collaborations in the Øresunds Region Read the article at Sydsvenskan
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Japan is known as a large and important market within pharma, biotech and medtech. It is also known as a market which requires patience and a long-term strategy.
Denmark has one of the lowest innovation growth rates in Europe. CEO Stig Jørgensen encourages politicians to rethink their innovation strategeis. Read the article at Berlingske
CEO Stig Jørgensen suggests how to facilitate a more valuable relationship between Universities and business. Printed in Børsen, mandag d. 12. marts 2012, page 2
Business commentator Jens Christian Hansen demands more venture capital in the medical industry if we want to develop nanomedicine as a possible treatment for diseases like cancer. Published in Berlingske Business
Medicon Valley is suffering from lack of venture capital which makes it difficult for the medical industry to expand. CEO Stig Jørgensen argues that we can solve the problem by looking at the business model overseas. Read the article at Berlingske
Lack of venture capital in the US keeps new nanotechnology products away from the market. Read the article at Berlingske