Every Tuesday from 15-17 SCIENCE Innovation Hub is hosting Open Hub. All students, teachers and collaborators are welcome.
During Open Hub you can see the hub, meet the startups, get to know the people behind the hub and chat about how they may be able to help you develop your idea.
So stop by if you have a business idea, if you are interested in learning more about the possibilities of entrepreneurship at the University of Copenhagen or even if you are just curious!
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Come meet the leading scientists in microbiome research on 24 October 2018. The symposium takes place in Festsalen, the historical building of the University of Copenhagen.
The scope of this symposium includes:
Do you like novel technologies, exciting science or smart business plans? Perhaps you have been wondering what is going on in the nordic start-up life science environment but haven’t been able to get an overview?
On 24 October, Synapse, Accelerace, NOME & The Novo Nordisk Foundation invites you to meet the future stars of the Danish biotech industry, when they host the NOME Start-up Competition 2018 at the Mærsk Tower.
Ten of the most exciting upcoming biotech companies will pitch in fro...
Nordic Mentor network for Entrepreneurship encourages innovative Nordic life science start-ups to join their start-up competition.
The competition gives entrepreneurs a unique opportunity to present their Nordic Biotech, Medtech and E-Health Start-up company to a selection of the best people in the life science industry.
After the successful SingularityU Denmark Summit at the Royal Danish Opera in Copenhagen, SingularityU Nordic is going to Sweden! You are invited to join the two-day Summit from October 25-26, 2018 in Stockholm where more than a thousand Scandinavian doers, thinkers, leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, students, and executives will come together at The Waterfront.
Join 1,000+ leaders and change makers at the SingularityU Nordic Summit in Stockholm and learn how to combine exponential ...
The emerging area of injectables has scientific interest. Subcutaneous, intradermal, and intramuscular injection of drugs and peptides and the interaction with the organism is only starting to be elucidated.
On 25 October 2018 you can join this 1- day workshop on injectables and the challenges it poses and get the chance to meet the frontier scientists who can tell about the current status and challenges in this exciting field. Speakers so far include Thomas Pieber, Bruce Furie, and Wim Jiskoot....
SUND Hub is hosting Open Hub every Thursday from 3-5pm and everyone with a health idea is welcome!
Have an idea for health? Looking for a health startup to join? Visit SUND Hub Thursdays 3-5pm. We are open and we got coffee, let’s talk.
At SUND Hub you meet students, entrepreneurs and health professionals who work on their own and others’ ideas. SUND Hub offers practical solutions, such as coaching as well as the benefit of being part of a business community with 24/7 access, a good mood ...
Cocktails, a great view and inspirational talks about health and medical sciences hosted on the 15th floor of the iconic Maersk Tower. Sounds pretty good right?
Join the series of lectures ‘Talks på Toppen’ focusing on research within the health and medical sciences. The talks are organised by the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen and held once a month on the 15th floor of the Maersk Tower. All lectures will be conducted in Danish.
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You often say that tough decisions are like choosing between plague and cholera. But what is cholera really? This evening consultation will take a closer look at cholera and one of the strangest objects of the medical history – a bottle with feces from a cholera patient.
Once again you can participate in the Evening Consultation at the Medical Museion. Over three different evenings during the fall semester, professionals and researchers are looking at the past, present and future of medicine.
The annual Health Innovation Conference will take place 13 November in the Maersk Tower, Copenhagen. The conference aim to gather all stakeholders from the health innovation ecosystem to a day with inspiring talks, engaging workshops and relevant debates.
The conference is hosted by Copenhagen Healthtech Cluster, Copenhagen Health Innovation and Copenhagen Center for Health Technology.
The programme of this year’s conference is still under development. You can out the conference websi...
Together, the University of Copenhagen, Gehl – Making Cities for People, EIT Climate-KIC and EIT Health invite students to spend 24 hours developing solutions for a specific Case Challenge on synergies in urban development in Copenhagen on 23-24 November 2018.
Today’s cities are expanding and urban populations are growing at an unprecedented rate resulting in new complex challenges. This includes a significant increase in lifestyle diseases and accelerated climate changes. The situat...
It can be hard to understand how a blind person experiences the world. Blind people’s perception of space has been an interest of scientists for more than a quarter of a century. In the 1700s, the philosopher Denis Diderot attempted to explain the blind’s sensation of obstacles and objects in a room as a result of a sixth sense that sat in the forehead. It would be nearly 150 years before Diderot’s interpretation was challenged scientifically.
Once again you can participate in the ...