Other Co-up Lab Exhibition and Workshop in Biomedicum on 16 December

16-12-2019 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Add to iCal
Campus Solna Biomedicum, Solnavägen 9, Solna

Join us for the last Co-up Lab event of 2019, between 10:00-15:00 in the mingle area by the reception in Biomedicum.

Want to expand your skill set and explore creativity in the health care context? Welcome to join us at the Co-up lab on December 16th to discover how.

There will be inspirational talks, and you will be able to explore creative methodologies to tackle the challenge of patient empowerment.

The Co-up lab space students of the 2019 incubation programme will present and pitch their ideas. You will be invited to discuss opportunities for patient empowerment and other issues of health innovation. There will be material and coaches available the whole day to help you explore the challenge, brainstorm ideas for possible solutions and build prototypes.


10:00 – Welcome. Students present their journeys, short pitches

11:15 – Presentation of EIT Health Accelerator pillar by Christos Vaitsis at the space

11:45 – Lunch, mingle, open conversation at the space

14:00 – Seminar: Introduction to innovation channel in the Stockholm region

14:30 – Workshop: Cultivations of skills and employability


The Co-up lab is a new educational concept within the health context. It combines a physical creative space for co-creation of innovation with an educational programme for incubation of ideas. The Co-up lab is utilising remote locations, taking the education to the users.


Unit for Bioentrepreneurship at the Department of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics

The Co-up Lab is a collaboration between

  • Unit for bioentrepreneurship, Karolinska Institutet
  • Stockholm Region/SÖS Innovation 
  • ISGlobal/University of Barcelona
  • Tekniska museet/The Technical Museum (TM)
  • GE Healthcare (GE HC)
  • Merck Sharp & Dohme (MSD)
  • Karolinska Institutet Innovations (KIAB)
  • Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship (SSES)


Anna Birgersdotter Project coordinator