Life Science in Sweden: Reserve space

Life Science in Sweden: Reserve space

Members of ScanBalt receive 4000 SEK discounts on their contributions to the 2015 edition of the publication.

For continued reference, the 2014 digital version is here: 

Reservations are made to Anders Moe at, deadline to April 15th.

The 2014 edition was introduced by: Business Sweden, Läkemedelsverket, VINNOVA, SwedenBIO, Swedish Medtech, Swedish Labtech, Swecare, IML, FGL, Forska!Sverige, and SNITTS. In 2015, Swedish Incubators & Science Parks (SISP) will also contribute an editorial foreword – and will distribute the book throughout their network of incubators and science parks.

Those listed below are the expected contribution topics for 2015

· The ecosystem for development through the New Karolinska Hospital’s new public-private partnerships, by Johan Permert, NKS

· Infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance in hospitals, by Göran Tomson, WHO advisor, Professor at Karolinska Institutet

· Early Stage Incubation in Sweden, by ALIS (Association of Life Science Incubators in Sweden)

· What can be done to leverage the science coming out of academia, by Tomas Lundquist, MAX IV Laboratory

· E-health/digital health/ICT and its ever-growing entrepreneurship, in-part by Medicon Village with Region Skåne’s Readi for Health program

· The importance of working to support consumer health in an aging and growing population, in-part by Nils Bohlin, Arthur D. Little

· The value chain in the future life science industry and where Sweden fits in, by Magnus Björsne, AstraZeneca BioVentureHub

· Bio-entrepreneurship as a developing academic program, by Anna Vindefjärd and Carl Johan Sundberg, Forska!Sverige and Karolinska Institutet

· Early stage funding opportunities

Structure of the presentation in the book:

· Examples of the style / content we recommend is on pages 160-165 of the digital version.

· New regional structures

· New page design


Nordic Life Science Days 2015, Stockholm • BIO-Europe, Autumn 2015 • BIO-Europe Spring 2016 • BIO International (US) • MEDICA • Medicon Valley Alliance members • ScanBalt Members • SISP • Swedish Universities • Swedish Hospitals • Swedish Science parks • Swedish Incubators • Business Sweden • Swedish Medical Products Agency • VINNOVA • SwedenBIO • Swedish Labtech • Swedish Medtech • LIF • IML • FGL • Swecare • Forska!Sverige • SNITTS • Swedish ministry of foreign affairs • Swedish embassies abroad • Foreign embassies in Sweden • Chambers of Commerce in Sweden • All other interested parties in government & nongovernmental organizations and institutions • To all participants & their individual conferences (upon request)


1. “A legal services provider with a broad European focus, Potter Clarkson is continuously looking for new and effective ways to raise our profile across the Nordic region.  This year is the first that we have been involved with ‘Life Science in Sweden’ and we have been greatly impressed by the results.  The publication itself was of high quality and we found ourselves well-placed within a range of relevant and thoughtfully produced content.  We were also impressed by the wide distribution, with a well-managed launch that provided us with a tool for instantly increasing awareness of our services.  In fact, whilst attending the NLS Days 2014 conference, we spoke to a number of new and existing contacts who had seen our article.  We would happily recommend ‘Life Science in Sweden’ to all looking to increase their profile in the life sciences sector; and we are looking forward to working with the team again this year!”

Tony Proctor

European Patent Attorney, Potter Clarkson LLP

2. Ahunna Nwachuku, Sales Manager for Lonza Custom Manufacturing covering the European market, calls ‘Life Science in Sweden’ her “Swedish Bible.”  “I have personally found Life Science in Sweden a very useful guide in getting more in depth knowledge about my territory.”

3. “Life Science in Sweden includes a lot of excellent innovative research and high quality work. The book presents many of the Swedish Life Science companies in an exclusive edition, that BioArctic Neuroscience is delighted to be part of.”

Gunilla Osswald, PhD

CEO BioArctic Neuroscience AB

4. “For ChemConnection, exposure within the European nanomedicine and biotech sector is of major importance. The overview in the ‘Life Science in Sweden’ book has been a valuable help for identifying new leads in the Nordic region. We are also grateful to the professional team of Horn Publishing to incorporate our company profile in the ‘European Biotechnology’ publication.”
Dr Marcel van der Sluis
Science Unlocked

5. “TFS is very pleased with both the cooperation with Horn Publishing and the result.  Success in Life Science today is not only about great ideas, to realize great ideas you also need the right network and collaborations to realize ideas into groundbreaking products that helps patients around the world living better lives.  ‘Life Science in Sweden’ both promotes Sweden as a great country to operate in if you are in Life Science, it also displays the members of the Swedish Life Science community nicely.”

Jan Hellqvist
Regional Managing Director Northern Europe

6. “The Life Science industry in the Nordic countries plays an important and vital role for the current and future development of the region.  Creating prerequisites for a sustainable business is key and also have the necessary instruments.  The ‘Life Science in Sweden’ book is an excellent tool to promote our business, in our case for our potential suppliers and distributors.”
Arthur Aira
Addtech AB

7. “Just wanted to send a note saying Thank You so much for the beautiful books about Life Science in Sweden.  The content, as well as the ‘look and feel’ of the Book is superb and we will be handing them out both as a source of reference, but also in the context of promoting Life Science in Sweden.”
Marie Larsson, Executive Director
The Swedish-Canadian Chamber of Commerce c/o Swedish Consulate

8. “Thank you very much for the sent publication of ‘Life Science in Sweden’ – it was very well received!  I look forward to reading it and it will come to great use for us, the Healthcare and Life Science team at Business Sweden in Poland.”

Bianca Dochtorowicz

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