On December 9, 2015, a Norwegian delegation visited Odense, Denmark, on a day trip to find inspiration and learn from Danish experts in living labs, assisted living technology and implementation.
Denmark features among the world’s best countries to live in, according to the 2015 Human Development Report from the UN.
The Metropolitan University College in Copenhagen has received a €1.4 million ($1.54 million) grant to establish a new test environment for assisted living technology.
A record number of cancer course packages were completed within the recommended time in the third quarter of 2015.
On December 7-8, 2015, a Swedish delegation visited Copenhagen, Denmark, for a two-day study trip to learn more about Danish assisted living technology.
Denmark is ranked number one in Europe and number two in the world in the ICT Development Index 2015 by ITU.
The groundbreaking medication reminder system, DoseCan, by Danish medico company, DoseSystem, is ready to be introduced to the international market, starting with Norway and Germany.
The Danish pharmaceutical giant, Novo Nordisk, commits to use 100 pct. renewable energy by 2020.
A group of English Innovation Scouts from the North West Coast Academic Health Science Network (NWC AHSN) visited Odense, Denmark, during WHINN (Week of Health and INNovation) to find inspiration and learn more about the Danish living labs.
New Danish research shows that a combination of better diabetes treatment and education of patients has led to a large decrease in amputations.