Norwegian government to double the number of clinical studies.
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Sofia Lindén is responsible for producing the content for digital communications in the cluster, including articles, photographs and videos for the websites and social media platforms.
She has previously worked at the Nordic publishing company Orage as Swedish Print Editor and Digital Project Manager. She also holds a master degree in International Journalism from City University London. Find out more about Sofia by visiting her LinkedIn.
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Dehns acquires Norwegian Intellectual Property consultancy Leogriff.
Ultimovacs has announced a new clinical study targeted at patients with ovarian cancer.
CONNECT is a completely new public-private collaboration in cancer precision medicine.
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Read the top news from 2020 from a few of our members.
Update from Targovax on melanoma study shows responses in 7 of 20 patients.
BerGenBio is testing the company’s cancer medicine as a treatment for Covid-19.
A new Norwegian technology may help stop the increase of antibiotic multi-resistance.
The first-year students of the Researcher Programme met their mentors.
IMPRESS Norway, a national clinical study for cancer precision medicine, will begin in 2021.
These are some of the main points for cancer innovation in the newly released state budget.
Our member Vaccibody signs multi-million-dollar agreement.
A new Norwegian technology enables cancer researchers to more easily share data
The corona pandemic and international trade were on the top of the agenda when Nordic ministers met at OCC.
Our member Lytix Biopharma has entered into a milestone agreement
Molecular diagnostics, clinical studies and exercise plans for cancer patients were three key topics raised in last week’s event.
Eivind changed his mind last minute to study medtech for cancer patients
A power centre for innovation takes shape in Oslo …
Our newest member Hemispherian is developing a better treatment option for patients with aggressive brain cancer.
Targovax releases 12-month data from clinical trial
The 9th International Cancer Cluster Showcase is live until 8 July 2020.
A Norwegian technology uses ultrasound to enhance the effect of chemotherapy
How can new designs of T cells improve cell therapy for cancer patients?
How to make clinical trials an integrated part of cancer treatment in Norway
Kongsberg Beam Technology is delivering technology for more precise proton therapy.
Important cancer research into gene-editing human embryos will now be possible in Norway
Meet our new member Adjutec Pharma, a company with new technology against multi-drug resistant bacteria.
Bemcentinib from the Norwegian biotech BerGenBio will be tested on COVID-19 patients.
Adapting cancer-fighting artificial intelligence technology to combat COVID-19.
Oslo Cancer Cluster Incubator will develop the infrastructure for cancer cell therapies.
Find out how Glaxo Smith Kline (GSK), the latest pharmaceutical cluster to enter into our ecosystem, is contributing to the oncology field.
Find out why a company specialising in seafood and marine ingredients has become a member of an oncology cluster.
Three leading Norwegian health innovation clusters will collaborate on forming a concept for the first Norwegian Health Catapult Centre.
Our member Link Medical has expanded its organisation with an office in London.
Learn more about PharmaRelations, which works with recruiting Life Science professionals.
Let the health industry contribute in the fight against COVID-19!
Read the investor’s advice to life science start-ups regarding NLSDays 2020.
Ledidi is a Norwegian technology start-up that wants to revolutionize how data is processed in clinical research.
Our member Immunitrack has joined forces with Intavis on a project that may help the development of a Covid-19 vaccine. The two companies are attempting to identify the viral proteins that will stimulate an immune response against the coronavirus implicated in the current outbreak, namely Covid-19. Specifically, Immunitrack and Intavis aim to identify the viral […]
Kaiku Health is a health data science company that will improve the quality of life for cancer patients.
We have decided to postpone / cancel all our meetings and close our offices for the time being.
We are proud to present one of the latest additions to our cluster – Hubro Therapeutics.
Oslo Cancer Cluster participated in a state visit to King Hussein Cancer Centre (KHCC) in Jordan this week to foster international collaboration on cancer.
A new collaborative project will make life science learning more accessible in the Nordics
Read the latest news from a few of our biopharma members
Engaging presentations by leading international and Norwegian oncology experts at the 12th Cancer Crosslinks “Progress in Cancer Care – A tsunami of promises or Game Changing Strategies?”.
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Professor Johanna Olweus has been awarded the ERC Consolidator Grant for her cancer research project on immunotherapy.
Our school collaboration project inspires science and health communication.
DNB are promoting start-ups in the Nordic healthcare sector!
We want to accelerate cancer research in T cell immunotherapy!
PCI Biotech reveals they have been collaborating with Astra Zeneca since 2015. Our member PCI Biotech grabbed the opportunity during their third quarter report this week to announce who their mystery collaboration partner since 2015 has been. The “top-ten pharma company in the world”, who has been helping them, is Astra Zeneca. PCI Biotech is […]
Read some of the exciting Q3 developments from our members.
Did you miss EHiN this year? Read our short summary of the highlights relating to cancer research.
Oslo Cancer Cluster Incubator has joined a new national health mentor program to help Norwegian startups connect with the right experts.
From a relatively modest podcast to packed live shows at Arendalsuka, Radium has in three years grown into a leading cancer podcast in Norway.
EHiN is important in order to realise the opportunities that digital technologies can give patients, society and industry.
Our member Targovax has announced a new clinical trial for skin cancer patients at Oslo University Hospital. The second part of a clinical trial for patients with refractory advanced melanoma (a type of skin cancer) will take place at Oslo University Hospital. “We are excited that we can offer this treatment alternative to patients in […]
Ullern Upper Secondary School and Oslo Cancer Cluster are paving the way for students to become the cancer researchers of the future.
Emerging therapies, digital solutions and AI were central topics when international experts met during the oncology session at the Nordic Life Science Days 2019.
The biggest key players from the life science industry in Norway came together to promote Nordic collaboration.
During Arendalsuka 2019, we arranged a breakfast meeting on the development of cancer treatments of the future, together with LMI and Kreftforeningen.
Immunitrack has been awarded a grant from Eurostars to develop their prediction tool for cancer vaccines.
The Japanese tech giant NEC Corporation has acquired OncoImmunity AS.
We are happy to welcome three new members to the board of Oslo Cancer Cluster. Find out what they had to say about entering their new positions.
The Nobel Laureate Dr James Allison and oncologist Dr Padmanee Sharma will become strategic advisors for our member Lytix BioPharma.
Oslo Cancer Cluster and its international partners organised the International Cancer Cluster Showcase (ICCS) on 3 June in Philadelphia.
Oslo Cancer Cluster member Ultimovacs entered the Oslo Stock Exchange on Monday 3 June 2019.
Nordic Nanovector raises NOK 225 million in private placements, has Phase II clinical trials in 74 sites in 23 countries and prepares to commercialize the company.
Biobanks – the powerful tools in cancer research you may have never heard of.
We asked four MBA students from Cambridge University to evaluate how patient recruitment practices in Norway can be improved.
Why are legal services an important part of Oslo Cancer Cluster? We asked Andrew Wright from Potter Clarkson to explain why they became a member.
Oslo Cancer Cluster proudly presents the new members who have joined our organisation during the first quarter of 2019.
A second group of patients have been added to an ongoing phase II clinical study of a drug combination to treat lung cancer.
How can the voices of cancer patients be heard when evaluating new methods of treatment?
The laboratories at Oslo Cancer Cluster Incubator are expanding to meet increasing demand from members.
Dr. Jon Amund Kyte at Oslo University Hospital aims to bring more and better clinical trials to Norway.
Targovax, one of the members of Oslo Cancer Cluster, has begun an expansion patient group in the clinical trial of a drug to treat skin cancer. The company Targovax is developing immune activators to target solid tumours that are difficult to treat. The drug in question, called ONCOS-102, is aimed at patients with malignant melanoma (skin […]
Vaccibody and Roche have started a new collaboration to investigate a drug combination for patients with advanced cervical cancer.
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We are a national non-profit member organization with about 90 members. Our members are Norwegian and international companies, research and financial institutions, university hospitals and organizations – all working in the cancer field.