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.
Developing Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products (ATMPs) is a growing field. Karolinska Institute and Karolinska University Hospital have unique facilities and expertise in this field.
The pre-GMP laboratory at Karolinska Institutet gives companies the opportunity to develop products, drugs and treatments. It is hoped for an increased interest from the industry to cooperate. Professor Matti Sällberg, head of the pre GMP unit, talks more about how this can be helpful early in the development.
STARTUP is a competition for startups with a clear connection to Flemingsberg, either as students, residents or otherwise active in the area. In addition to the prize money of SEK 10,000, the winner will also have a free place for three months in Flemingsbergs Sciences' innovation environment. Deadline for participation is April 5.
On May 25, Karolinska Institutet is organizing Stockholm Life Science Conference, a full-day event to co-create the life science system of the future.
Stockholm Life Tech is awarded over SEK 16 million from the European Regional Development Fund. The project is run by Region Stockholm and will enable advanced development and production environments in Flemingsberg to be opened to small and medium-sized companies.
Cyklodash is a game idea that could encourage more people to explore cities by bike. The game is designed to make more people want to start cycling to work. That’s the hope of the team behind the concept that recently won the Flemingsberg Science Award.
This year, Flemingsberg Science is contributing to the national business plan competition Venture Cup with its own prize: the Flemingsberg Science Award, which celebrates ideas from Flemingsberg that contribute to a better world.
A smart addition to the patient record system at Karolinska University Hospital has been developed into a product thanks to a Kraftcentrum Flemingsberg project. The result is Clicknote, the brainchild of doctor Joakim Crafoord.
If you study, work or live in Flemingsberg, you can now submit your business idea in a preliminary round of Sweden’s national business competition, the Venture Cup – an initiative that Flemingsberg Science hopes will encourage the development of ideas that contribute to a better world.