About

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Cross-linking ideas from science with those of the market

Bioneer A/S is an innovative research-based company providing services within biomedicine and biotechnology.

Our commercial mission is to increase the competitiveness of our global customers by facilitating their early, explorative development of new therapeutics. We therefore offer access to essential tools, technology and unique biological resources within cell and molecular biology, and we further aim to create new product opportunities at the interface between biology and other sciences.

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From science to societal value

Bioneer A/S is a not-for-profit organization and a subsidiary of the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and is approved by the Danish Ministry of Science and Technology as an authorised provider of technological services – a GTS entity.

Our public mission is two-fold. First, to provide tools and technologies that facilitate early implementation in the Danish health sector of new therapeutic strategies. Second, to contribute to making Denmark a front-runner in very early commercialisation of biomedical research as a means to grow the Danish biotech industry.

With a staff of 45 dedicated and highly skilled persons, state-of-the-art facilities in the Scion-DTU Science Park in Copenhagen, and a history of 25 years of operation, Bioneer is fit to fulfil its dual role as commercial entity with a societal obligation.

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Products & Services

With 35 years experience in meeting the needs of the biotech and pharma industry, Bioneer is ready and able to deliver competitive and on-time solutions to companies, large as well as small.

Research & Development

The R&D strategy of Bioneer is focused on therapeutic fields where novel solutions are required to fulfill societal needs.
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Create new product opportunities

We offer access to essential tools, technology and unique biological resources within cell and molecular biology.

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