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25 May, 2022 - 20:06 By Tony Quested

Eagle Genomics joins Nordic life science initiative

Eagle Genomics, the Cambridge software business pioneering the application of network science to biology, has joined Medicon Valley Alliance (MVA) – a non-profit membership organisation in the Danish-Swedish life science cluster in Medicon Valley.

Located across the intersection of Danish and Swedish innovation, MVA has a vibrant ecosystem with an array of high-impact businesses supported by world-class universities and research institutions – features that help make it one of the Nordics’ strongest life science clusters. 

Greater Copenhagen is a recognised global centre for microbiome research. Its Microbiome Signature Project MVA is committed to providing investment as well as international research facilities and activities, and to nurturing the talent needed to support the fast growth of this sector. 

From food production and food security, climate change, as well as the effects of the microbiome in health and disease, MVA and its members have a market-leading reputation.

Dr Christian Roghi, Director, Microbiome Solutions, Eagle Genomics, said: “With our focus on the bio-economy – the biological science-inspired circular economy that is addressing challenges in areas such as food and nutrition, health as well as the environment — it’s been an important strategic decision for Eagle Genomics to join MVA. 

“Ultimately, being part of this cluster is helping us to fulfill our purpose: accelerating the growth of a new global ‘generative economy’ through the digital reinvention of science.”

Anthony Finbow, CEO, Eagle Genomics, said: “We’re pleased to be joining MVA as we continue to grow and engage in pivotal multi-national partnerships and relationships. 

“By supporting research and development in critical areas like the microbiome with our AI-augmented knowledge discovery platform e[datascientist]™, we are supporting organisations to build a more generative, sustainable future for our food, water, soil, and health. 

“Working with this important European science hub provides another exciting opportunity to meet our goal of becoming the world’s global life sciences knowledge discovery hub.” 

Eagle Genomics is forging strategic relationships with leading scientific establishments focused on the microbiome and in the UK has helped shape the Microbiome Strategic Roadmap. 

A Cambridge-headquartered business with a global presence, it has sites in London’s Knowledge Quarter, Hyderabad in India, New York’s Genome Center as well as Paris’ Station F, Potsdam Science Park, Germany and Kyiv, Ukraine.

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