Amsterdam is a world leader in life sciences and health. The city thrives on cooperation, driven by the concentration of its many research institutions, universities, established corporations and startups. The sector also has a close relationship with technology. They collaborate and form partnerships in specialised hubs, including Amsterdam Science Park, the Amsterdam Life Sciences District, the Knowledge Quarter VU/Zuidas and the NKI.
Benefits from the Netherlands #1 ranking in the Global Connectedness Index 2018
Features an innovative research, business and learning hub at Amsterdam Science Park
One of the world’s top 5 tech cities with the highest level of broadband penetration
Has a talented academic community and two dedicated science faculties
Home to a growing community of over 300 life sciences companies
Offers a multilingual, highly-skilled workforce
New development will boost Amsterdam region's already thriving life sciences and health sector.
The Dutch health technology company will manufacture more of the life-saving equipment needed to treat people infected with the coronavirus.
The rise of artificial intelligence in the workplace will not mean fewer jobs. There may even be more jobs – particularly for those who are flexible, self-managing and willing to continually learn. As witnessed at the recent [email protected] event, this shift is already apparent in the healthcare sector – especially in Amsterdam where startups and healthcare facilities are collaborating to chart out a promising future.