Recent news


Here are all the news you need to stay updated on relevant issues and developments within Danish healthcare.

Danish pharmaceutical company strikes international deal

August 10, 2016

Danish pharmaceutical company Genmab has signed an international licencing deal on its technology for research in antibodies.

Pharmaceuticals & Biotech Service & Operational Solutions

New project to boost Danish protein research

August 05, 2016

Five Danish universities team up in a new project to boost Danish research in mass spectrometry and protein composition.

Pharmaceuticals & Biotech

Denmark is the second-most innovative country

August 01, 2016

According to a new analysis by the European Commission, Denmark is the second-most innovative country in the union.

Denmark Reports & Numbers

Danish at-home sperm test now available worldwide

Juli 29, 2016

An innovative Danish sperm quality test for home testing is now available in most of the world.

Medical Devices

Danish research project to revolutionize detection of blood clots

Juli 28, 2016

Danish researchers work on developing a blood sample that can determine blood clots in acute patients.


Fewer Danish women experience childbirth lesions

Juli 27, 2016

Targeted projects at Danish maternity wards have resulted in a plummeting of childbirth lesions.

Reports & Numbers

Danish med student develops groundbreaking surgical doll

Juli 26, 2016

A Danish med student has developed a new surgical doll for students to practice operations on.

Service & Operational Solutions

New project to boost health innovation among students

Juli 22, 2016

A new project in Greater Copenhagen will encourage health innovation and entrepreneurship among students.

Medical Devices Service & Operational Solutions Rehab & Assisted Living Grants & Funding

Crystals improve internal radiation therapy

Juli 21, 2016

A new groundbreaking Danish developed method uses crystals to improve precision in internal radiation therapy.

Pharmaceuticals & Biotech

Cycling reduces risk of diabetes

Juli 20, 2016

New Danish research shows that as little as one hour of cycling a week can reduce the risk of developing diabetes.

Prevention & Elder Care