A few years ago, Chinese genetics corporation BGI launched its European research-center at the Copenhagen Bio Science Park, COBIS, in Copenhagen Science City. Their mission is partnering with researchers and scientists, contributing to the advancement of innovative biology research, molecular breeding and healthcare.
“We’ve created new jobs in Copenhagen thanks to a close collaboration between research and industry.”
“Copenhagen Science City will be a vibrant district revolving around research in science and health. It will help to put Greater Copenhagen on the map globally.”
“The vision of Copenhagen Science City is to create growth and jobs through collaborations between businesses, researchers and students.”
“Copenhagen Science City is a pillar in Copenhagen’s new industry and growth policy, which aims to create 20,000 new private sector jobs in Copenhagen.”
“At Aidcube we develop digital rehabilitation solutions for people with chronic conditions. The proximity to our business partners at the University of Copenhagen and Rigshospitalet is essential to this work.”