Deep Tech Insights
2020 has been a year that we won’t easily forget. Generally, despite the tough year, the companies in DTU Science Park have performed well during the Covid-19 pandemic. Few have experienced significant growth, while others have been struggling during the Corona crisis.
See how the companies in DTU Science Park coped during the challenging year.
2020 has been a challenging year in many ways
In this video, CEO of DTU Science Park, Steen Donner, takes an in-depth look at the annual analysis Deep Tech Insights and looks back on how the 290 companies in DTU Science Park coped during a challenging 2020 many of us won’t forget.
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Research and innovation under pandemic pressure
Although many companies in DTU Science Park have done well through the worst part of the corona shutdown, the pandemic has left its mark. Many companies, especially startups and scaleups, have had to find new ways to develop products, test and do research, but at the startup Insai, which lives in Futurebox in Lyngby, it has also led to a positive development for the team.