Cashing in on slow, expensive research

Danish research projects are 20-30 % more costly than their American counterparts and they last 1-2 years longer, according to a recent survey. The reason is a common European syndrome, according to the president of The Strategic Research Council (Det Strategiske Forskningsråd) – a syndrome that a new Danish company will try to cash in on.

Foto: Boris Roessler

There is a lot of business potential in the expensive and slow Danish research, according to Bjarne Schou, who recently founded the research service company Cebio - a company that helps research institutions and companies with a range of practical tasks in the research process.

The idea for the company arose after Bjarne Schou – through his consultant company Modus2 – carried out a pilot study, which pointed to a difference between American and Danish research in terms of money and time spent.

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