DRIVE is looking for new startups – application deadline August 26

In the incubator DRIVE, you can build your Life Science startup in a unique environment. Now they are looking for new startups and the deadline for applications is August 26.

DRIVE is KI Innovation’s business incubator with a focus on life science and health. As a member of the incubator, companies gain access to KI Innovation’s broad network within the life science industry, healthcare, investors and experts with various expertise. DRIVE welcomes both life science startup companies born from ideas validated in KI Innovation’s START program, but the incubator is also open to other newly started KI or non-KI related research-based companies in life science and digital health.

Membership is free of charge, DRIVE is financed by Karolinska Institutet and partners as well as Vinnova´s Excellence programme.

Read more at KI Innovations
Read more about the application process

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