Science for Society has received funding from Interreg to continue from 2019-2021. Our partners are Lund University, Aalborg University and the incubators Lund Holding AB, Minc and Lund Business Incubator Ideon.
Science for Society 2.0 follows the founding Science for Society, which facilitated researchers participation in workshops and meetings in the period 2016-2018.
Collaboration, business experience and ingenuity are some of the qualities that characterizes the most successful European researchers. Remarkably, the most cited and productive researchers, both in relation to publishing articles and patents, are often the researchers who manages to collaborate across different sectors and fulfil jobs at both the universities and in the business community.
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