STOCKHOLM LIFE TECH2021-01-11T09:52:58+01:00
Karolinska Institutet Campus Flemingsberg

Stockholm Life Tech

Making research and innovation infrastructures available

Stockholm Life Tech is a three-year project that started in 2020 with funding from the European Regional Development Fund. Project owner is Region Stockholm, and the project parties are Akademiska Hus, Flemingsberg Science, Karolinska Institutet, Karolinska Institutet Science Park, Karolinska University Hospital, and Stockholm Science City. The purpose of the project is to further develop research and innovation infrastructures as well as making them more available for companies.

This includes opening up the advanced development and production environments in Flemingsberg and Hagastaden for small and medium-sized companies.

Goals of the project:

  • To increase growth in small and medium-sized life science companies in the two strong life science environments Flemingsberg and Hagastaden
  • Making laboratories and research and innovation infrastructures available to companies in and around the two strong life science environments
  • To increase the Stockholm region’s attractiveness with a special focus on life science

The goal is to reach 200 companies with different forms of support, to develop and test generic and scalable methods and models for companies’ ability to use research and innovation infrastructures in Flemingsberg and Hagastaden, and to increase collaboration between different types of research and innovation infrastructures.

CONTACT

Project Manager
Nina Lahti
nina.lahti@sll.se

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