Oslo Science Park now houses the Life Science Growth House that will provide services for researchers and students at UiO.

 

UiO: Life Science Growth House is the newest innovation unit at the Faculty of Medicine (MED) and the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (MN), offering guidance and tools to help researchers and students mature innovation ideas in the early stages, contributing to strengthening UiO's innovation ecosystem both internally and externally.


– Our job will be to build bridges between our knowledge environments, business and relevant partners in UiO's innovation ecosystem. In Oslo Science Park we are close to many of the actors in Oslo Science City such as Oslo University Hospital's new development centre, business clusters, UiO's own Centre for Computational and Data Science (dScience) which houses several projects next to us and our technology transfer office Inven2 and the student accelerator Insj that we will collaborate with,” says Hilde Nebb, who has been leading the work to establishing the unit on behalf of the faculties.

 

The Life Science Growth House will be launched in February and will open its doors in March 2022.

 

Read more about this growth house for innovation here.