This article provides a snapshot of emerging companies in the Biotechnology industry who began their journey in 2015 or later, are based in Denmark and are continuing to contribute to the fast-growing technological and biological advancements in their respective sectors. These companies are actively participating in reshaping various industries through their innovative solutions, be it healthcare, agriculture, renewable energy or even the coffee industry. Let us highlight them below:
Founded by Josephine Schrøder, Victor Forman and Will Wright, TychoBio operates in the agriculture and biotechnology sector. The company is developing plant biotechnology to sustainably produce high value natural products using engineered moss grown in photosynthetic bioreactors. Find them on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
Founded by Ole Vorm, Evosep creates solutions to make clinical proteomics faster and more reliable. With their powerful technology, their aim is to radically innovate how protein-based clinical diagnostics are performed. They can be found on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
With founders Claus Thulstrup and Henning Schmidt-Petersen, AquaGreen is an R&D engineering company within the cleantech industry, developing solutions for wastewater sludge treatment and energy-efficient low-grade biomaterials conversion into renewable energy and fertilizer. They are on Facebook and LinkedIn.
Co-founded by Alejandro Franco, Camilo Fernandez and Juan Pablo Medina, Kaffe Bueno is using green chemistry and biotech to upcycle coffee’s post-consumption by-product into ingredients for cosmetics, nutraceuticals, and functional foods. Check them on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Founded by Jeppe Ovli Ovlesen, ResoTher Pharma is a biotechnology company focused on developing peptide-based drugs for diseases where inflammation plays a key pathological role. They are active on LinkedIn.
Founded by Kenneth Ahrend Petersen, Hoba Therapeutics is developing a new therapeutic protein for the treatment of neuropathic pain.