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Information about Coronavirus

12 March 2020
In DTU Science Park, we are taking the recommendations from our Prime Minister, Mette Frederiksen, in regards to coronavirus very seriously

Therefore, our canteens are closed until further notice.

Our receptions remain open from  Monday – Friday 8.00-15.00. This means that the doors during these hours are open and we will be receiving parcels.

Please see further steps here.

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We are looking for participants for Danish Tech Challenge 2020 – the most intensive accelerator programme for ambitious hardware startups in Denmark. Each year we handpick 20 startups to participate in four months’ acceleration. And they perform great. They survive, they scale faster and they attract significant funding.

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Companies that believe DTU Science Park contributes positively to their development %

Million kroner funding raised in 2019 by DTU Science Park companies +

Companies that have launched new products, services or concepts %

Deep Tech Insights 2019

In 2019 the companies in DTU Science Park have raised a total of DKK 600 million, which is an increase of DKK 200 million since 2018. 72 % of the companies have launched new products, services and concepts. And 77 % believe it makes a difference to their development, to be part of DTU Science park.

See the results of the analysis here

Testimonial

In our opinion DTU Science Park is a community that you don't find often. It was a unique opportunity for us to place DFM in a location where we are in close contact with other high technological companies on a daily basis.

Michael Kjær, CEO
DFM

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