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.
New research results from Danish large-scale project, TeleCare North, show that telemedicine improves patients' quality of life.
On November 12-13, 2015, a delegation of hospital management from Jordan visited Denmark to learn more about rehabilitation, assisted living technologies, and Danish design and architecture.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, FDA, has approved a new cancer drug by Danish biotech company, Genmab.
Danish medico company, Cortrium, have announced a partnership with Canadian wearable technology advancement group, Myant & Co. (Myant Capital Partners), with focus on joint technology development.
The European Commission has granted a Danish lector €4.1 million ($4.45 million) to establish a European network in heart rate disorders.
Danish biotech company, Novozymes, is the world’s best workplace for scientists according to the American journal, Science.
Danish Deacon Homes has recently opened the doors to the first Danish nursing home, Yiheyuan Nursing Home, in Shanghai, China.