The Nordic Life Science insight 2017 introducing you to the technological innovations and innovators that have helped shape the Nordic region, obviously including Medicon Valley, as a global leader in life science has just been published. Among several interesting articles,
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It might come as no surprise that Bagsværd, home to Novo Nordisk HQ, is in the lead when it comes to number of life science employees with a total of 8900 (2015 figures). Kalundborg, home to Novo Nordisk´s manufactoring site,
Times Higher Education (THE) has released their 2018 global rankings for specific fields of study at the university level, including life sciences. Sitting towards the very top of this list once again is Lund University, whose life science programs were
Both Swedish and Danish patients with certain types of involuntary infertility can now receive specialized treatment in Malmö and Copenhagen. Region H and Region Skåne has reached an agreement regarding the Patient Mobility Agreement. The agreement enables patients from both
“Strong EMA candidacy wasn´t enough” is the headline in the Swedish news piece in Kemivärlden Biotech, where both MVA CEO, Petter Hartman, and MVA Chairman of the Board of Directors, Søren Bregenholt, are quoted and express their sincere hope that
Despite being among the favorites, it was not possible to convince enough of the other EU countries about the benefits of moving the European Medicines Agency from London to Copenhagen. “Based on purely objective criteria, Copenhagen was among the top
Today, the Swedish life science magazine, Kemivärlden Biotech, published a story based on the conclusions from the recently published Medicon Valley analysis of Life Science in Greater Copenhagen, where we highlight important fact & figures about the development of our
Friday, Medicon Valley Alliance, published its annual “State of Medicon Valley analysis“, documenting the latest developments and trends and pointing to the growing, mutually beneficial interdependence between the Danish and the South Swedish life science industry. Listen to the interview
Keynote speaker, prof. Patrick Aebischer, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, rocked the floor at today´s Medicon Valley Alliance annual meeting at Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers with his spot-on recommendations for developing a successful life science cluster. Hopefully the Danish Minister for Industry,