COPENHAGEN SCIENCE CITY
The new Science City in Copenhagen is a place where knowledge can be exchanged freely between the business community, research institutes and the city.
INFUSER is among the first business organisations to reside and conduct operations in the area. Copenhagen Science City comprises the area around University of Copenhagen and constitutes one of the largest areas of education, research and applied science within natural sciences in Europe
The management of Copenhagen Science City ran an awareness campaign on Jagtvej street in Copenhagen during the 31st and 32nd week of this year. Two of the posters featured Lars Nannerup, INFUSER’s CEO, and Matthew S. Johnson, atmospheric chemistry professor at the University of Copenhagen, inventor and member of the board at INFUSER.
Lars Nannerup, CEO: “We have created new jobs through close partnership between public domain research and industry.”
Matthew S. Johnson, Atmospheric Chemistry Professor and Member of the Board at INFUSER: “The Niels Bohr’s science buildings and the significant investments in Copenhagen Science City make it easy to attract the sharpest of brains”.
More about the Copenhagen science city
Copenhagen Science City comprises the area around University of Copenhagen, Metropolitan University College and Copenhagen University Hospital and thus constitutes one of the largest areas of education, research and applied science within the fields of pharmacology, health sciences and natural sciences in Europe. 30.000 students and staff pass through and use the area on a daily basis. Copenhagen has been awarded the title of most specialised Health & Life Science city in Europe and is featured as one of the world’s most liveable cities, as well as consistently ranking on the Mercer Quality of Living Survey’s top 10.
Today the area already boasts thriving research environments but through massive public investments in Copenhagen Science City in the coming years, the area will also become an attractive site for establishing businesses and extended research activities. Ample opportunities for private investments in the area abound.