Stockholm Life Tech vital to Flemingsberg’s development

Flemingsberg Science is an active part of Stockholm Life Tech. It develops new opportunities for collaboration and co-operation related to Flemingsberg’s research and innovation infrastructure.

The Life Science Strategy for the Stockholm Region states that “the life science industry is of vital importance for the commercialisation and application of research and innovation breakthroughs for the benefit of inhabitants.”

Johnny Högberg, CEO, Flemingsberg Science

The Stockholm Life Tech project is one of the ongoing initiatives aimed at developing the life science sector in the Stockholm region. The project is of interest and importance for Flemingsberg and Flemingsberg Science from several perspectives.

Firstly, it is a regional initiative in which Flemingsberg Science, together with project participants Region Stockholm, Akademiska Hus, Karolinska Institutet, KI Science Park, Karolinska University Hospital and Stockholm Science City work to support the development of the industry. Through the project, Flemingsberg Science becomes part of and co-creator of the goal that Region Stockholm 2025 will be one of the five leading life science clusters in the world.

Furthermore, the project enables the development of Flemingsberg’s research and innovation infrastructure (FOII). The project supports and simplifies opportunities for companies such as Vecura and ANA Futura to collaborate with small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) by developing different forms of co-operation and agreements, for example. This drives increased interest in Flemingsberg and the FOIIs from SMEs, and increases opportunities for more start-ups and growth in Flemingsberg, which is also in line with Flemingsberg Science’s new strategic objectives.

There are already SMEs that collaborate with ANA Futura and Vecura. One example is Biomedrex, which is based in ANA Futura; another is XNK Therapeutics, which has worked with Vecura for a number of years.

Johnny Högberg, CEO, Flemingsberg Science

From Science Week: Innovative arenas create collaboration for the city of the future

See the panel discussion on how innovative neutral arenas are central to the development of the smart and knowledge-intensive city. Flemingsberg Science CEO Johnny Högberg participates together with a panel consisting of Sophia Sundberg, CEO, Barkaby Science, Peter Dobers, Professor of Business Administration with a focus on sustainable development and collaboration, Södertörn University, Johan Zachrisson, Business Development Manager, Fabege and Anton Västberg, Development Director, Region Stockholm.

Test your business idea: Flemingsberg Science Award Startup open for applications

STARTUP is a competition for startups with a clear connection to Flemingsberg, either as students, residents or otherwise active in the area. All ideas are welcome to participate in STARTUP as long as you compete with your own idea and the turnover and external equity is below SEK 1,000,000 at the time you submit to the competition. After that, we of course welcome you to continue working with the business idea, sales and any investments.

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