About the event
Copenhagen Capacity and Invest in Skåne are in cooperation with Medicon Valley Alliance hosting this half day Microbiome event in the afternoon on September 7, 2020.
The overall theme and focus of the event will be to showcase and highlight the innovative research and broad range of companies and initiatives taking place here in Medicon Valley, the Life Science cluster of Greater Copenhagen.
The event will feature an extensive range of academic and corporate presentations within the microbiome field. The presenters will be local, and it will be a great opportunity for each one to showcase themselves to an international audience of relevant investors and corporation partners.
Invitation to pitch
If you are interested to pitch, you are welcome to apply for a approx. 10-15 minute slot. Please send a proposed headline and a short description / abstract latest by April 30 to Niels Andersen on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will let you know by May if you have been selected to pitch at the Microbiome event.
We look very much forward to hearing from you.
Where: Medicon Valley Alliance, Auditorium, Edvard Thomsens Vej 14, Copenhagen
Date & time: September 7th, 12:00 – 18:00
We expect an attendance of 100-120 people and with 10-15 company/academic presentations.
We will be updating this page continuously with more information on the details of the program.
So please stay tuned!
Invest in Skåne is the official regional business promotion agency for Southern Sweden. We provide free professional advice and services to international companies considering Skåne for future investment and assist regional companies in developing their international business.
Copenhagen Capacity is the Danish capital city region’s official organisation for investment promotion, business development and cluster growth. Copenhagen Capacity guide companies through all phases of partnering, market entry and clinical development in Medicon Valley.
Medicon Valley Alliance (MVA) is a non-profit membership organization in the Danish-Swedish life science cluster Medicon Valley, which is a part of Greater Copenhagen.
Microbiome research is expanding in Greater Copenhagen with companies like, Biogaia, Chr. Hansen, Ferring, Novozymes Probi and SNIPR BIOME investing in its continuous development. Microbiome research is also being investigated by the academic world with both Copenhagen University, Lund University and The Technical University of Denmark researching how microbiome influences illnesses such as asthma, diarrhea and obesity and how microbiome can help women’s health or improve food security of aid in sustainable food production. Learn more.
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