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Medicon Valley is home to a number of companies exploring large unmet medical needs with groundbreaking research such as oncology, diabetes and personalized medicine.
Located in the heart of Scandinavia, Medicon Valley provides a natural entry point into Northern Europe made easy by the Øresund Bridge between Denmark and Sweden and strong airport connectivity.
The Medicon Valley cluster brings together top universities, hospitals, global and R&D based pharma-ceutical companies, as well as small to medium enterprises providing a strong triple helix ecosystem.
Medicon Valley has one of the most exciting pipelines of life science projects in Europe across all phases of development. We can help you finding those great opportunities to do business.
The American pharmaceutical giant Bristol-Myers Squibb is talent scouting among Denmark’s brightest science talents, offering a new medical entrepreneurship course at the University of Copenhagen.
Understanding how drugs interact with skin has long been a challenge. A new centre at Copenhagen University is set to become an international lighthouse in this pharmaceutical research area, supported by a DKK 40 million grant from the LEO Foundation.
Press release: The Swedish life science industry organisation SwedenBIO and Bionordic have decided to hold the Nordic region's largest conference for the international life science industry, Nordic Life Science Days (NLSDays) in Malmö in 2017.
The Medicon Valley cluster provides access to a rich life science ecosystem in which there is a strong life science industry and research environment. In the cluster you find a Scandinavian life style, an open-minded and culturally accessible society and infrastructure that provides you with easy access to the region, Europe and the rest of the world.