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Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, got a specific interest to develop elderly care for the benefit of the citizen through the work of digitization and "user-driven" innovation.
Contact: Annelie Svensson
TU Eindhoven is the world’s best performing research university in the field of R&D cooperation between universities and high-tech industry. We focus on translating research results into innovative products and services.
Contact: Carmen van Vilsteren
Erasmus MC is committed to a healthy population and excellence in healthcare through research and education.
Our deepest conviction is that we can improve healthcare and that we wish to keep healthy people healthy as long as possible.
Contact: Jacqueline Kruse
International innovative pharmaceutical company diversified across the entire healthcare spectrum, which develops, manufactures and commercializes prescription drugs, hospital products, medical devices, molecular diagnostics, APIs, OTC and self-care.
Contact: Fabiana D'Aniello
Founded in 1743, FAU has a rich history. It is a strong research university with an international perspective and one of the largest universities in Germany, with 40,174 students, 258 degree programmes, 4,000 academic staff.
Contact: Dr. rer. nat. Simone Reiprich
World leader in Small Household Equipment, Groupe SEB delivers easy to use connected tools & innovative personalized solutions to foster adoption of better diets & healthy lifestyles, thus providing a significant impact on long term health of people.
As a comprehensive university, Heidelberg offers, in collaboration with its university hospital, a fertile ground for innovations in the different action fields of healthy living & active ageing by drawing on insights from all academic disciplines.
Contact: Bettina Maria Heiss
IBM is a global technology and innovation company headquartered in Armonk, NY. It is the largest technology and consulting employer in the world, with more than 400,000 employees serving clients in 170 countries.
Contact: Mr Rob Mc Carthy, Dr. Gavin Shorten