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Date:19 Mar
Time:14.00 - 17.15
Venue:Biocenter, BRIC seminar room 1.2.03, Ole Maaløes Vej 5, 2200 Copenhagen


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Mette Bach Dyremose

Mette Bach Dyremose

Head of Communication & Industry Outreach, HALRIC

+45 4029 1009

Join HALRIC for an afternoon at the KU Biocenter

The unique competences available at unique small- and large-scale Research Infrastructures can help companies translate their challenge or problem to a solution. Whether you are a small, medium or large company we invite you to find out more at this seminar hosted by the University of Copenhagen – one of the 21 HALRIC partners in the Öresund-Kattegat-Skagerrak (ÖKS)-Hamburg Region.

The Hanseatic Life Science Research Infrastructure Consortium (HALRIC) is propelling innovation in the ÖKS-Hamburg Life Science sector by providing enhanced access to cross-border front-end technologies, expert instruments, and advanced data handling solutions. We are here to foster collaborations among companies, hospitals, and academic researchers, connecting them with large-scale infrastructures like MAX IV, DESY, ESS, and European XFEL, as well as smaller cutting-edge facilities such as cryo-EM and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR).

Date: 19 March, 2024
Time: 14.00 – 17.15
Venue: Copenhagen


14:00 Registration & networking with coffee & cake
14:30 Welcome 
By Moderator, Stephan Bouman, Head of Project Portfolio Management and Anette Steenberg, CEO, Medicon Valley Alliance
14:40 Introduction to HALRIC
By Mette Bach Dyremose, Head of Coms & Industry Outreach, HALRIC
14:50 Company case: Why the use of Research Infrastructures matters to industry R&D
By Malin Zackrisson Oskolkova, Specialist in Biophysical characterization, Novo Nordisk
15:05 Research Infrastructures – a pathway to enhanced business value for industry
By Veronica Lattanzi, Scientific Business Manager, Danish Technological Institute
15:20 Pushing research to the next level with Open NMR Spectroscopy
By Andreas Prestel, NMR Manager, University of Copenhagen
15:35 Panel session: How can more companies benefit from collaboration to use Research Infrastructures?
Malin Zackrisson Oskolkova, Novo Nordisk
Veronica Lattanzi, Danish Technological Institute
Birthe B. Kragelund, Professor, University of Copenhagen
Selma Maric, Project Leader MAX IV Laboratory

15:55 Concluding remarks from the moderator
16:00 Brief tour of the Copenhagen Center for Open NMR
By Birthe B. Kragelund and Andreas Prestel
16.30 Networking with drinks and snacks (ends at 17.15)


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