SCIENCE VILLAGE SCANDINAVIA
The decision to build the European Spallation Source (ESS) and the synchrotron MAX IV Laboratory in Lund has made the Öresund region highly visible on the European science map. The operations of the two facilities ESS and the MAX IV Laboratory will bring even more attention and attractiveness to the region. Lund University, City of Lund and Region Skåne therefore, together have formed Science Village Scandinavia AB with the intention to orchestrate and develop the area between ESS and the MAX IV Laboratory into a world-class science village. The vision is to develop Science Village Scandinavia, into an infrastructure supporting the new facilities ESS and MAX IV. Together they shall form an exciting and creative world-class research and innovation village, as well as an international area for sustainable urban development. Science Village Scandinavia will consist of buildings aimed at research facilities, research institutes, research institutes for Lund University and other universities, companies related to innovation and research, a Science Centre and Business Centre, premises for laboratories, administration, service and accommodation. There will also be service functions such as restaurants, cafes, shops, gyms and other spaces for recreation and culture, and furthermore a variety of various creative venues. Science Village Scandinavia will become an ecological and environmental-friendly neighborhood offering world leading sustainability solutions. It will also serve as a role model and a source of inspiration through its connection to science, technology and innovation. The vision and goal is a city district with focus on science, renewable energy, public transports and recycling as well as a stimulating green urban environment providing every day inspiring venues.
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NEWSLunds universitet intresserat av Science Village
Lunds universitet har beslutat utreda vilka verksamheter som kan vara aktuella för flytt till Science Village. Anledningen till detta förklarar universitetets rektor Torbjörn von Schantz så här: ”Lusten att skapa något riktigt bra på området är stor och idéerna många. Framförallt vill vi skapa synergieffekter när vi inom loppet av några år har båda anläggningarna i dr