There is room for improvement in current Danish-Swedish relations, and nobody suffers more than the Medicon Valley region. But what are the facts & figures and the solutions for the future? Petter Hartman, CEO, Medicon Valley Alliance, participates in the
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Read this weeks business column in Copenhagen Post titled “Congratulations – we need you!” The column is an open letter from Medicon Valley Alliance chairman and Novo Corporate Vice President, R&D, Søren Bregenholt, to the next generation of life science professionals.
Early June doctors, scientist, students, exhibitors and journalists with an interest in blood disorders will gather for the 21st Congress of the European Hematology Association (EHA), at the Bella Center in Copenhagen. It’s the second time the Danish capital hosts
Member of Medicon Valley Alliance, Danish-American Business Forum (DABF), invites healthcare and life science companies to join the Danish Royal visit to the US from the 27th – 30th of September 2016. Curious? Read more about the program and how
As a conference partner, Medicon Valley Alliance, was happy to see so many members (and potential members) attending yesterday´s healthcare & life science conference organized by Danish financial daily, Børsen. It was inspiring, informative, eye-opening and provoking with several take-home messages for
Zealand Pharma, Bavarian Nordic and Genmab are among the Medicon Valley Alliance member companies highlighted in a recently published article on Labiotech.eu – the leading digital media covering the European Biotech industry. Obviously, several other Medicon Valley Alliance members would also
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.
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