The Amsterdam Metropolitan Area is a leading force in life sciences and health, constantly striving to bring together corporates, universities and research institutes in the sector. In addition, the area boasts great tax benefits for migrants, the world's best work-life balance and a multilingual, skilled talent pool. It's also one of the best-connected regions in the world – both digitally and logistically.
The Amsterdam Science Park is internationally recognised as a hub for research, education, entrepreneurship and collaboration, including cutting-edge institutes, top-class facilities, business incubators and more.
Wouter Potters and Jonathan Coutinho picked up the coveted IXA Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award. Their ground-breaking mobile scanners have major implications for stroke-patient care across the globe.
From startups to huge multinationals, Amsterdam Science Park welcomed a whopping 39 companies last year, solidifying its reputation as a world-leading hub in entrepreneurship, research and science education.
Yesterday, the European Council chose Amsterdam for EMA’s new headquarters. About 900 staff members will be relocated from London for the move.