BioPeople, Sophie Labrosse : Denmark's Innovation Network for Health & Life Sciences




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Video title: BioPeople, Sophie Labrosse : Denmark's Innovation Network for Health & Life Sciences
Released on: January 20, 2014. © PharmaTelevision Ltd
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    In this interview, filmed in Stockholm at NLSD 2013, Fintan Walton talks to Sophie Labrosse, Deputy Director of BioPeople.
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In this interview, filmed in Stockholm at NLSD 2013, Fintan Walton talks to Sophie Labrosse, Deputy Director of BioPeople. Biopeople is part of the Danish infrastructure for innovation established and cofunded by the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education. Biopeople embraces and gathers the vast majority of public and private research within health and life science in Denmark. The network includes all relevant Danish universities, research institutions and hospitals plus the Danish Health and Medicines Authority. On the private side, industry associations contribute their resources, and Biopeoplehave numerous pharma, medtech, food and biotech companies as members.
In this interview, filmed in Stockholm at NLSD 2013, Fintan Walton talks to Sophie Labrosse, Deputy Director of BioPeople. Biopeople is part of the Danish infrastructure for innovation established and cofunded by the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education. Biopeople embraces and gathers the vast majority of public and private research within health and life science in Denmark. The network includes all relevant Danish universities, research institutions and hospitals plus the Danish Health and Medicines Authority. On the private side, industry associations contribute their resources, and Biopeoplehave numerous pharma, medtech, food and biotech companies as members.
Sophie Labrosse
BioPeople
BioPeople
Biopeople is part of the Danish infrastructure for innovation established and cofunded by the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education. We have an International outreach that helps Danish companies and researchers to establish cross border collaborations and vice versa. Biopeople embraces and gathers the vast majority of public and private research within health and life science in Denmark. The network includes all relevant Danish universities, research institutions and hospitals plus the Danish Health and Medicines Authority. On the private side, industry associations contribute their resources, and we have numerous pharma, medtech, food and biotech companies as members of Biopeople. "Our aim is to stimulate innovation through activities that bring researchers and stakeholders together across disciplines, sectors and public-private boundaries. We help academia and industry to co-create and develop ideas into new projects, products and services to benefit global health and welfare."