Co-working is all the rage, and the Life Science ecosystem is hot on the concept. It has been encouraging community lab spaces and biotech lab spaces globally? Which labs are successful and three key players in the ecosystem try to answer.


Katharina Zweilich of NOME wrote an excellent piece about the co-working ecosystem specifically in the life sciences and our fellow REBBL Keenan Pinto was featured!


Keenan is a bioengineer and the AgTech entrepreneur behind Nordetect, a biochemical analyisis company that has developed point-of-use devices for precision agriculture. He is shaping the community lab ecosystem in Copenhagen through his teaching work within STEM, leadership at Biologigaragen, and by setting up a new coworking laboratory through the life science network REBBLS.


Read the full article here:
NOME Magazine – Community lab space