About Copenhagen Science City
Copenhagen Science City has one of Europe’s highest concentrations of education and research in the fields of medicine, health and natural sciences, centered around three institutions of education, research and applied science: Metropolitan University College, University Hospital of Copenhagen and the University of Copenhagen’s Faculties of Science and health and Medical Sciences.
Copenhagen Science City is a partnership between the City of Copenhagen, the Capital Region of Denmark, Metropolitan University College, the University of Copenhagen, Rigshospitalet (University Hospital of Copenhagen), the Danish Building & Property Agency, Copenhagen Bio Science Park, Symbion office community, the Danish Agency for Higher Education, Novo Nordisk and the Dreyer Foundation.
Copenhagen Science City will utilise its unique resources in the fields of medicine, health sciences and natural sciences to create a strong knowledge and innovation community and to attract business talent and investment and increase the number of entrepreneurial students and spin-outs.
Professor Matthew Johnson on being a part of Copenhagen Science City