Oslotech AS announce support for NOR-Openscreen project

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Oslotech AS, the enterprise managing Oslo Science Park, in a letter of support has provided "our strong and unreserved support" for the NOR-Openscreen project. Marius Øgaard, Director of Networks & Knowledge, described The Biotechnology Center of Oslo as (one of) "the most important tenants of Oslo Science Park" and "at the core of the science park's mission". He outlined that infrastructure projects like NOR-openscreen, that benefit the academic community and small companies, are of "vital importance".

 

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NOR-Openscreen

NOR-Openscreen is the Norwegian node of the EU-Openscreen infrastructure project. They support the discovery of biologically active substances in all areas of the Life Sciences by providing transnational, open access to the most advanced technologies, chemical and biological resources as well as expertise through Europe.

www.openscreen.no

Oslotech AS

Oslo Science Park is centrally located only 10 minutes from Oslo city centre, between the campuses of the University of Oslo and Oslo University Hospital. Today 190 companies and research organizations rent offices and labs here. Oslotech AS is the organization behind Oslo Science Park.

Every year Oslotech organize and host many different events in their large in-house conference centre, bringing together students, researchers, enterpreneurs, people from industry, and investors.

Their 25 different sized conference rooms are fully equipped with the latest technology and are perfect for board meetings, team briefings, out of town client meetings, lectures and seminars, investor presentations, launches, trainings and evening events.

www.oslotech.no

posted 11/02/2015

 

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NOR-Openscreen is the Norwegian node of the EU-Openscreen infrastructure project.

We support the discovery of biologically active substances in all areas of the Life Sciences.