A thriving community

Oslo Science Park is a vibrant environment where openness, collaboration, and sharing are key to success for our members.

Become a member

Our goal is to facilitate the meeting and collaboration of companies, researchers, investors, and industries, making innovation and value creation more accessible.

To achieve this, we create meeting places for sharing and collaboration, establish incubators for new companies, work on co-location, and simplify the daily operations for businesses and individuals working in Oslo Science Park.

Numerous successful clusters, networks, and research environments within technology, health, life sciences, and energy are located here. Hundreds of startups operate within and outside the incubators, providing them with the opportunity to gain insights from more established environments and follow in the footsteps of many successful ventures. At the same time, established companies benefit from proximity to a unique innovation environment and new talent.

As a tenant in Oslo Science Park, you can choose to participate in regular social and professional events. Most events are open, free, and easily accessible. And if you wish to organize something yourself, we are more than happy to facilitate that.

Angelique Culvin-Riccot
Community Coordinator

Startup assistance for ambitious entrepreneurs

Is your company newly established and want access to expertise, networks, workspace, and possibly funding? Then you can apply for a spot at one of our three incubators: Startuplab, Aleap, or ShareLab.

An active ecosystem for bussines, research and innovation

Several successful clusters, networks, and research environments within the academic focal points of technology, health, life sciences, and energy are located in Oslo Science Park.

After Work

Every Thursday

Parkens Pub Quiz

Last Thursday of the month

Kurs i kliniske oppdragsstudier

fra forespørsel til sluttrapportering

  • 03 Jun 2024
  • 00:09-16:00

Kurs i testing og utprøving av medisinsk utstyr


Automasjoner og personalisering i B2B-salg

AI Workshop hosted by Lunda.ai and Swayle

  • 05 Jun 2024
  • 18:00 - 20:00
  • Kino

Future Food: Rethinking food systems to sustain tomorrow’s plate

Impact Breakfast

  • 06 Jun 2024
  • 08.00-10.00
  • Lyng

First Friday Coffee

Talks from companies in our community

The Healthtech Festival 2024

Taking care of tomorrow

  • 13 Jun 2024
  • 09:00-21:00

NorBatt 2024

Organized by UiO and IFE

  • 24 Sep 2024
  • Day 1

Making the most of it

optimal bio-resource utilization

  • 26 Sep 2024
  • 08:30-10:30
  • Lyng
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Find your community!

Over 3000 people work in Oslo Science Park. The chance that some of them share your interests, hobbies or goals is high. How about connecting with them? The Park's own Community Coordinator Angelique Culvin Riccot is now launching the new concept “Micro Communities” for all tenants in the park, and is here to answer all our questions:

Introducing the Forskningsparken Community Fund

Oslo Science Park is now launching the "Forskningsparken Community Fund", an initiative made to encourage collaborative and community-driven activities. This fund is open to all members looking to meet over a shared interest or passion!

Matnyttig: How to attract and retain foreign employees?

Two-thirds of all Norwegian companies lack important expertise, according to NHO (Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise). To assert ourselves in the competition for the sharpest minds, it is time to sharpen our efforts, says Mari Strømsvåg from the Oslo Region Alliance.

Hardwarelab: Build, test, repeat

If you walk through the glass corridor on the ground floor of Oslo Science Park, you will encounter something resembling a zoo for tech enthusiasts. It's Startuplab's workshop, Hardwarelab. Here, prototypes are developed, tested, modified, discarded—or end up as successful products.

Do you wish to become a part of the community in Oslo Science Park? Contact us for a chat.
Angelique Culvin-Riccot
Community Coordinator
Hans-Peter Daae
Chief Operating Officer