The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Danish developed patch for treatment of diabetic ulcers and bedsores.
A new color-coding system helps staff at the emergency department spot patients at risk of developing complications.
The number of cancer patients treated timely increased in 2015.
A solar powered refrigerator by the Danish Technological Institute helps keep vital vaccines cool in areas without electricity.
Denmark ranks number one in the annual Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI).
A research partnership program uncovering the potential of telepsychiatry receives a €2.55 million ($2.8 million) donation from Innovation Fund Denmark.
Danish biotech company, Saniona, receives grant from The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research to develop new drug candidates for the treatment of Parkinson's disease.
All eight universities in Denmark have joined forces to collaborate on a DANIDA project in Ghana aiming to strengthen collaboration between higher education and the Ghanaian industry.
Due to the increase in the aging population in Spain, the Trade Council in Madrid establishes a sales alliance with Danish companies from the elder care sector.
In a new pilot project, questionnaires from patients have proven successful supplements to post-surgery cancer controls.