The Copenhagen Bioscience Cluster

Find out more about the Center, which is part of The Copenhagen Bioscience Cluster

The Copenhagen Bioscience Cluster comprises four large research centres and the Danish National Biobank in Greater Copenhagen in Denmark. The first centre was established in 2007 to conduct research within proteins and since then the cluster has grown to include stem cells, metabolism and biosustainability. We strongly believe that by creating a knowledge environment with world-class infrastructure that can attract the best researchers the cluster will ultimately contribute to solving some of the challenges threatening global health and welfare such as diabetes and the depletion of natural resources.

Research paves the way for new rational treatment strategies of multi-drug resistant chronic infections. 

Our vision is to transform the chemical production to a more sustainable bio-based industry


Scientists from the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability edit new book about synthetic metabolic pathways.

Our research activities centre around design, build and test of cell factories



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