Science support

To foster research, innovation, and business development within the field of life science, Medicon Village actively engages in initiatives and collaborations with partners as a prerequisite for growth and added value.

ATMP Sweden

ATMP Sweden is the national network encompassing Sweden’s activities in the realm of medicines based on genes, cells, or tissue engineering, classified as Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products (ATMPs) in Europe. Our objective is to promote the necessary collaboration and communication for accelerating effective patient solutions based on ATMPs.


An initiative by Lund University to establish a multidisciplinary and multi-partner collaboration platform focused on e-health research and development, encompassing the digitalization of wellness, health, and healthcare. The overarching goal is to contribute to targeted development, deployment, and usage of e-health services and systems to enhance wellness, health, and healthcare for citizens (patients, customers), healthcare professionals, society, and to contribute to a multidisciplinary theoretical understanding of this expansive information environment.

Executive Foundation Lund (EFL)

EFL stands as one of the region’s prominent brands in educational programs for professionals. It’s built on a unique partnership with Lund University School of Economics and Management and rooted in strong business foundations. EFL offers both open programs and courses, as well as tailor-made programs in areas such as business development, corporate governance, digitization, finance, leadership, management, marketing, and strategy.

LTH Open Door

An initiative by the Faculty of Engineering at LTH, LTH Open Door seeks to stimulate innovation by providing access to cutting-edge equipment, facilities, and networks. With an array of diverse laboratories and access to the knowledge and expertise of staff, they cater to a wide range of needs.

Open Lab Skåne

Open Lab Skåne is a collaborative project involving Malmö University, Lund University, and SmiLe Incubator. It aims to facilitate innovation by opening laboratories and enabling access to equipment and expertise. Open Lab Skåne spans three sites: food engineering, material science & chemistry, and life science. The project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund and Region Skåne. Additionally, Open Lab Skåne receives support from Medicon Village, Medeon, CLUK, Malmö stad, Lunds kommun, and Sten K Johnsons foundation.