Biotech Sweden

Biotech Sweden

"Biotech Sweden" is a Swedish tabloid about and for the Scandinavian life science and biotech industry. Launched in April 2002 by IDG it has a circulation of 18 000 copies, and is published 11 times per year. The readers are mainly people working in the biotechnology industry of the Nordic countries. The tabloid magazine Biotech Scandinavia covers all the Nordic countries. It is currently issued twice a year, with world-wide distribution to embassies, trade fairs and others through partnerships with the Swedish Export Council, Invest in Sweden Agency and Connect. It also carries the largest life science web news service of the Nordic countries, www.biotechscandinavia.com with a weekly Nordic life science business newsletter, subscription free-of-charge. On the website the magazine provides daily news in English and a weekly news-letter covering life science news of the Nordic countries, plus also access to The Scandinavian Life Science Industry Guide, a database of all life science, medtech and labtech companies of Scandinavia. Biotech Sweden is also official media partner of the largest life science, labtech and medtech fairs of the Nordic countries: Biotech Forum and Skandinaviska Laboratoriedagarna.

The current editor-in-chief is Loth Hammar.

External links

* [http://www.biotechsweden.se Biotech Sweden]
* [http://www.biotechsweden.se/industryguide The Swedish Biotech Industry Guide]


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