Welcome to our next Morning talk at the Lund University Science Village office! This time we look at the bigger picture and what’s going on in Brunnshög. We will be visited by Lund Municipality, the Cathedral of Lund, the Loop (Skanska) and Science Village Scandinavia AB.
Today, March 23d, the first groundbreaking took place in central Science Village – Wihlborg’s innovation house Space is planned to be completed in 2023 and host offices and labs (read more at Space, Science Village – Lund — Wihlborgs). A lot is happening in both Science Village and Brunnshög as a whole. What’s going on right now? What will the area look like in the future? In the year 2023? 2026? 2042? Join us in an exciting talk with guests from Lund Municipality, the Cathedral of Lund, the Loop (Skanska) and Science Village Scandinavia AB
When: Tuesday April 5th 8:15-9:00
For whom: everyone who is interested
How: Register to the event and you will receive the meeting link by email
Morning talks at the Science Village office
The Science Village office will offer a series of talks with invited guests who address topics related to Lund University’s Science Village establishment but also campus development in general.
The LU Science Village office
The Lund University Science Village office’s mission is to offer support to the Faculty of Science and LTH to optimize their establishment in Science Village and at the same time support the new opportunities that will arise on the present day campus. The office opened on 1 July 2021 at the Ingvar Kamprad Designcentrum (IKDC) and is headed by Professor Eva Åkesson, former Vice-Chancellor at Lund University and former Chancellor at Uppsala University. The office works to contribute to the university’s vision of environments in interaction, renewal of the university, increased research progress, increased interdisciplinary strength, new education programs, inspiring study environments – and a rich student life across the whole campus.