Amsterdam is a world leader in life sciences and health. Research institutions, universities, established corporations and young startups are found throughout the city, which benefits from a central European location and an incredibly high level of digital and logistical connectivity. It also has an educated workforce ready to take on the challenges that will change the future, and ultimately, improve our everyday lives.
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
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.
The medical centre has become the first in Europe to use innovative 'interventional cardiac MRI' (iCMR) technology to treat patients with cardiac arrhythmias.
New partnership will focus on harnessing the power of machine learning and big data in a clinical setting.
The arrival and expansion of foreign companies in the Amsterdam Area will help create thousands of new positions in the next three years, new figures show.