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New degree will increase the number of biotech entrepreneurs

A newly started Masters degree in bio-entrepreneurship mixes a bio-scientific education with knowledge about financing and economy in a bid to encourage entrepreneurship and increase business opportunities for existing biotech companies.

Foto: Tao Lytzen -CBS/PR

The number of Danish biotech start-ups need to be taken up a notch, and existing companies should become better at exploiting commercial opportunities, according to the people behind the new Masters degree BioBusiness & Innovation Program (BBIP) at Copenhagen Business School (CBS).

It is a new Masters degree for students with a bio-scientific background, who want to learn more about start-up and economy for biotech companies. The education is a joint effort between Copenhagen University, CBS, Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and a number of both large and small biotech and pharmaceutical companies that support the education.

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