The place where biotech and robots dance together
DTU Science Park is the place for leading researchers and companies in the fields of life science and deep tech. This is where tomorrow's technologies and research are created.
55 % of the companies in DTU Science Park collaborate with DTU
59 % of the companies in DTU Science Park collaborate with each other
76 % find that DTU Science Park contributes positively to their development
In 2022, 63 % of the companies in DTU Science Park launched new products
ALK has become a global and vital player, delivering groundbreaking research, medicine, and solutions to many of the population suffering from allergies.
Since the 1980s, ALK has been part of DTU Science Park, and today the company is world-leading in allergy immunotherapy treatments and diagnostics. On 9 June, ALK celebrated its 100th anniversary. While the company has...
For Marie Lommer Bagger and her medtech startup Measurelet, the accelerator Danish Tech Challenge laid the foundation for her standing on her own feet as a CEO with an actual business. Now, her company is...
GreenUP accelerator start-up, Tempty Foods, enters partnership with market-leading food company Marlow Foods
Tempty Foods, a former GreenUP Accelerator participant, is not only the first company in the world to use Marlow Ingredient’s mycoprotein, but also the first Danish company to launch mycoprotein-based products on the market.
A chat with two biotech CEOs: The future of the life science industry and the benefits of being part of a community
Just a couple of minutes walk from each other lie the two biotech companies Bioneer and ExpreS2ion Biotechnologies, that are vital cornerstones in the science park’s deep tech community.
As Denmark’s leading deep tech community, DTU Science Park aims to help startups get faster, easier and more cost-effectively on the market with their innovative products. In 2021, we, in collaboration with The Danish Industry Foundation and The...
Finding the right mentors for your scale-up can be defining for your business. CEO and Founder of ATLANT 3D Nanosystems, Dr. Maksym Plakhotnyuk, found the perfect match the second time he entered DeepTech Mentoring.
Participating in Danish Tech Challenge meant Simplewire underwent a much-needed professionalization, according to the company’s founders, who managed to attract another participant to the company in the process.
Many teams believe that a good idea they are passionate about, and a bit of hard work is all it takes to succeed with a startup. However, it is not that simple. Learn why…