1 July 11:00 - 12:00DIGITAL EVENT

Targeted investments in research infrastructure create new and unmatched opportunities for science. The plan is, that with the best infrastructure in the world and a lot of international visitors, Lund will become a unique spot for science and innovations. Welcome to our #iställetföralmedalen session, where we will tackle the following:

  • How do we co-create the same opportunity for businesses and the public sector to innovate?
  • How do we include existing initiatives and engage more actors? 

Join us and hear the guests of our panel discuss the priority areas that need to be taken into consideration, so that the technology park in connection with Science Village (Lund), proposed by the Swedish government, truly carries-out its mission. 

This event is free and open to everyone. Register to receive a reminder and a link to the live-stream before the event.



Pia Kinhult
Head of Host States Relations @ ESS

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The Panel

Dr. Anna Stenstam
CEO @ CR Comptence

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Dr. Edward Mitchell
Head of Business Development and staff scientist @ ESRF

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Dr. Robert Moberg
Founder @ Uppsala Synchrotronix

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Dr. Therése Nordström
Director @ Malmö University, Project Leader @ Open Lab Skåne

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Carl Malm | Materials Business Center
Marie Malmberg Lavsen | Packbridge


Presentation of the suggested science & technology park function in Science Village

Dr. Rebecca Hollertz | Vinnova


Panel discussion


Pia Kinhult | Moderator


Dr. Anna Stenstam

CR Comptence

Dr. Edward Mitchell


Dr. Robert Moberg

Uppsala Synchrotronix

Dr. Therése Nordström

Malmö University, Open Lab Skåne


Carl Malm | Materials Business Center
Marie Malmberg Lavsen | Packbridge


Q&A session

Join the virtual meeting room for a Q&A with the speakers via zoom
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Everything you need to know:

When: July 1, 11:00-12:00

Where: Wherever you are - Digital event

Language: This webinar will be held in English

Supported by


An open conversation is a prerequisite for a vibrant and democratic society and that is a core of the annual Almedalen week, which will not happen in its usual form this year. However, in the midst of 2020 - a time of rapid change and uncertainty -  it is most important not to cancel such concepts, but rather adapt and reset. Tune-in to the digital #iställetföralmedalen live-streams from STUDIO Meetingpoint in Malmo, on June 29 - July 3 and hear Packbridge members, partners and other actors of our society discuss burning issues within the labour market,  health, climate and sustainability, urban development, mobility, sustainable materials, democracy, children rights issues, the recovery from the current crisis, and more. See other July 1 sessions and check the full programme of the #iställetföralmedalen week here.