Denmark neither has an integrated national life science strategy nor a government agency with the explicit mission to ensure that the success continues. Why is that, chairman of Medicon Valley Alliance, asks in this weeks Copenhagen Post business column here.
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The Swedish online life science media, LIFe-time.se, covered the conference “The Future of Swedish Danish life science”. Among the main themes were, quite correctly, Bio banks and the ReproUnion project.Read full article here
At the ReproUnion kick-off seminar held at Hilton Copenhagen Airport 31st of March, regional politicians, professors and project managers of the various groundbreaking R&D-projects involved discussed and presented some of the promising technologies, that will hopefully pave the way for better treatment in
MVA CEO, Petter Hartman, ReproUnion consultant and CEO of SJ Bioventures, Stig Jørgensen, and prof. Aleksander Giwercman, Lund University (photo) and prof. Claus Yding from Rigshospitalet opened the 2016 conference “The Future of Swedish & Danish Life Science” held yesterday
“The pharmaceutical industry calls for a minister of life science” is the headline of an article in todays edition of Berlingske.The article quotes the Medicon Valley Alliance analysis published last summer emphasizing the life science industry´s billion DKK contribution to
What on earth do “dots”, “shower routines” and innovation have to do with each other and life science?Curious? Read this week´s business column in Copenhagen Post here
What do you think Swedish, Petter Hartman, answers, when asked directly if the CEO of Medicon Valley Alliance should preferably be Danish or Swedish? Read the full interview with MVA CEO, Petter Hartmann, in the recently published edition of Nordic
If you haven´t yet signed up for the upcoming conference “Future of Swedish&Danish life science”, in Lund the 31st of March, maybe the appetizer article “Necessary cooperation across the Sound” in Kemivärlden Biotech featurering among others MVA CEO Petter Hartman will tempt you? Among
The Medicon Valley Alliance board has decided to appoint acting CEO of Medicon Valley Alliance since June 2015, Petter Hartman, as new CEO. Petter came to Medicon Valley Alliance in 2014 as funding manager from a position as project consultant