Financially and politically, Denmark supported Sweden´s candidacy for The European Spallation Source (ESS) currently under construction in Lund. Consequently, Lord Mayor of Copenhagen, Frank Jensen, now calls for Sweden´s support of Copenhagen´s EMA-candidacy in the “western part” of Greater Copenhagen/Medicon
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In an attempt to reach out to the international financial analysts and investment funds in Europe and the United States as well, the bi-weekly newsletter, Nordic Biotech & Pharma, read by the decision makers in the regional Life Science industry, has
The Danish Government has officially announced that Copenhagen is a candidate for The European Medicines Agency (EMA), which is expected to relocate from London following the British decision last summer to leave the European Union. Several other EU-countries, including Sweden,
Eventually, Oxford’s history of “excellence” proved more important than Brexit. Consequently, Novo Nordisk is to invest £115m over 10 years in a new science research centre in Oxford. The research centre, which will work on new ways of treating type 2 diabetes,
Maersk Tower, the new home of Medicon Valley Alliance member, University of Copenhagen´s Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, was inaugurated today. The building will among other things be the center of the University of Copenhagens research and education activities within the
Did you miss the Medicon Valley Alliance chairman, Søren Bregenholt´s last Copenhagen Post column in 2016 published on Christmas eve?. Don´t worry, it´s still online here!
ReproUnion, the cross border collaboration between Sweden and Denmark within the area of reproductive medicine in the Oresund Region funded by EU Interreg V, figures prominently in the Swedish media this week. Curious, see more below! The Danish-Swedish fertility collaboration
The need to make costly special arrangements for the Swedish workforce in Denmark, as in the case of Medicon Valley Alliance member company Ferring, is incompatible with the idea of Greater Copenhagen in general and Medicon Valley in particular, according
Medicon Valley Alliance chairman, Søren Bregenholt, quoted in MedWatch story about Europe’s biggest biotech conference, BIO-Europe, which is heading for the Medicon Valley region in 2018. Read full article here