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Danish government wants to ease a door open for life science in Boston

A new office – or “innovation center” as the Danish government calls it – based in Boston, US, will give Danish companies access to researchers, projects and similar resources on the biggest US universities. This is according to the Danish Minister of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs.

Foto: /ritzau/Liselotte Sabroe

Brian Mikkelsen, Minister of Industry, and the rest of the Danish government want to facilitate contact between Danish life science companies and US universities and scientists.

In its new growth plan for the life science industry, the Danish government reveals its plans of opening a new office in Boston, Massachusetts, US. The office is to help Danish companies access resources on US universities like Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Harvard University and Columbia University in New York.

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