A spin-off company from the IT University of Copenhagen has developed a robot for more flexible pipetting in labs.
Denmark donates €8.7 million ($9.8 million) to fight female circumcision, unsafe abortions, and forced marriages.
On May 11-12, 2016, a delegation of Members of Parliament from Finland visited Denmark on a study trip to learn about Danish strategies and experiences with reorganization of the healthcare sector.
According to an analysis by Scientific American Worldview, Denmark is a world leader in biotech innovation.
A delegation of regional politicians from Sweden visited Denmark on May 2-3, 2016, to learn about Danish e-health governance and transformation initiatives.
A student choir from Aalborg University embarks on a tour around North Denmark Region offering free concerts for patients at hospitals to spread joy and happiness.
On April 29, 2016, a Finnish delegation visited Copenhagen, Denmark, on a day trip to find inspiration and learn about Danish waiting area design in hospitals.
Danish hospital, Næstved Sygehus, heads a new international project aiming to make cancer treatment more efficient and gentle on patients.
Looking for experiences on reforming the healthcare system, the Croatian Minister of Health, Dario Nakić, and the Assistant Minister of Health for Hospitals, Ružica Palić Kramarić, visited Denmark for three days on April 27-29, 2016.