Knowledge Hub Zealand, Danish Life Science Cluster, Greater Copenhagen, the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), and Copenhagen University (KU) are hosting the first of its kind Sustainable Biosolutions Symposium – economically funded by Erhvervshus Sjælland.
Bridge-building in Biotekbyen – the Biotech City
Since our foundation in 2016, Knowledge Hub Zealand has been working with various partners to make Kalundborg a biotech city and an important location for education within the sector. Sustainable Biosolutions Symposium is created to support and further develop that journey.
The purpose of this groundbreaking symposium is to build a bridge between stakeholders working in start-ups, SMEs, and academia to discuss opportunities, barriers, current state-of-the-art technologies, knowledge gaps, and identify research needed to accelerate advancements in sustainable biosolutions.
And there is a need to include perspectives from both worlds to adapt the new technologies into industry and not least to accelerate the progress within sustainable biosolutions:
Read more about the Sustainable Biosolutions Symposium and sign up for free: https://www.conferencemanager.dk/sustainablebiosolutionssymposium/conference
The Sustainable Biosolutions Symposium is in English. Because we want to prepare the participants to up-scale and expand their biosolutions vision which requires reaching beyond Danish borders and working with international researchers and funding options.
”Biosolutions” in Biotekbyen – the Biotech City
”Biosolutions” is an area in which Region Zealand and especially Biotekbyen – the Biotech City excels. With Scandinavia’s largest biotech and process industry and the world’s leading industrial symbiosis, Kalundborg is a biotechnological powerhouse. And we work hard to maintain and not least develop that position: