Leiden University has partners close to home, but also on the other side of the world.
We are keen to collaborate with companies, schools, the municipalities of Leiden and The Hague and other universities. This is something we are already doing on a large scale, on the Bio Science Park, for example, in Medical Delta and in the League of European Research Universities. Read more about our local, regional, national and international partnerships.
Spotlight on our collaboration in Leiden Bio Science Park
For Harry Flore, chair of the LBSP business asociation and CEO at Hal Allergy, the Leiden Bio Science Park (LBSP) has no secrets. But he can well imagine the park is a black box for some staff and students at the university: 'I welcome collaboration on all fronts.' Read more
Many pharmaceutical companies no longer have their own lab and are working more closely with universities and start-ups of scientists. Professor of Science-Based Business Simcha Jong is researching how scientific ideas result in new drugs, including at the Leiden Bio Science Park (LBSP). Read more
Researching DNA material for genetic disorders using the most powerful apparatus. This is what GenomeScan, a company on the Leiden Bio Science Park, does. Master's student Konstantina Konstantinopoulou is doing an internship there. 'It's a world where developments happen really rapidly so it's a fantastic place to learn a lot in a short time.' Read more
Menzo Havenga, CEO of Batavia Biosciences on the Leiden Bio Science Park (LBSP), has a favourite hobbyhorse: the Clinical Development Board. The aim of this board is to make sure that high-impact research results in high-value products that will benefit patients. Read more