The aim of the qualitative and quantitative State of Medicon Valley 2016 analysis is to highlight central trends, challenges and potentials in order provide us with a common point of departure for a discussion of the future of the life
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Associate professorat DTU Nanotech, Nazila Kamaly, and associate professor at DTU Vet, Katharina Lahl, are the two promising young researchers awarded with this year´s Lundbeck Foundation fellowships. Katharina Lahl, will try to clarify the roles that different subgroups of dendritic cells play in virus-induced
Did you miss the article “Medicon Valley – one cluster, two countries, and an enriched network of opportunities”? Fortunately, you can still read it here.
Who are the most inspiring innovators under 30 years in European Biotech this year?According to Labiotech.eu, one of the leading new European life science online media, no less than three Danes have made the list. Learn more about who they
It will be a new all time high for Medicon Valley, Copenhagen and Bella Center, when 20.000 oncologist arrive for the European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO) conference from the 7th – 11th of October. Read full article in Danish here
Medicon Valley Alliance member, Ferring, and North Zealand University Hospital (Nordsjællands Hospital) inaugurates a multi-year collaboration aimed at transforming the way in which patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) manage their condition and receive medical care. Read
USA, Singapore AND Denmark rank at the top of the list in overall biotechnology innovation according to the recently published 2016 Scientific American Worldview ranking. Sweden is ranked 9th behind UK, but ahead of Canada, Germany and Israel. Learn more
Thanks to the effort of among others Invest in Skåne, Wonderful Copenhagen, Medicon Valley Alliance and Copenhagen Capacity, the Nordic Life Science Days, traditionally located in Stockholm, will move to Medicon Valley in 2017. Read more about the conference and the
Following the success of last year’s event, we are delighted to announce that J A Kemp will host an Intellectual Property Symposium at the Copenhagen Airport Hilton on 28 October 2016.The 2016 symposium, which is free to attend, will start