Copenhagen Bio Science Park — COBIS — is centrally located in Copenhagen in an environment of excellence when it comes to knowledge and commercial use of biotechnology, medicine, and pharmacology.
COBIS is an ambitious center of growth, creating the right conditions for the biotechnology successes of tomorrow. COBIS has something to offer you regardless of whether you represent an established life science company, a CRO within life science, or even if you simply have a good idea and need help to get started.
Among our neighbours you will find Copenhagen University Hospital, Faculty of Health Sciences and the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences from Copenhagen University.
With this location COBIS is — both on a national and international scale — located in an environment of excellence when it comes to knowledge and commercial use of biotechnology, medicine, and pharmacology.
COBIS is a result of the political vision of the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education, and the Capital Region of Denmark to strengthen the biotechnological competences of the region.
Behind COBIS are two of the most experienced science parks in Denmark: Symbion Science Park and DTU Science Park. These science parks have many years of experience in operating high-tech facilities, commercializing research, venture financing new start-ups, and co-operating with universities, research institutions, trade, industry, and the entire palette of business advisers.
Symbion Science Park has almost 30 years of experience in helping young, ambitious companies working with innovative, high technology and research-based ideas within IT, telecom, biotech, pharmacology, or medicine. Every year, Symbion helps approximately 220 young companies with facilities, business delvelopment and/or financing.
DTU Science Park
DTU Science Park, owned by Denmark's Technical University, is Denmark's largest science park and has 50 years experience in helping and servicing established research-based companies — including constructing and running advanced laboratory buildings for biotech companies. Today, DTU Science Park Denmark's largest biotech cluster measured by the number of employees.