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New owners of The Loop!
Latest news – Vectura have acquired the The Loop in Science Village, Lund, for about SEK 570 M!

Skanska, the developer, will be around for the construction that is set out to be completed by late 2024. The six floors tall office building will be a net zero energy building equipped with an extensive photovoltaic system on the roof and heated by a waste energy system connected to nearby research facilities.

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This is the place to be!

In The Loop you will find startups, entrepreneurs and large companies. But you will also experience cultural events and student life. This mix will create meetings, and the meetings will generate innovative ideas. That’s unique. The Loop offers new business opportunities, research collaborations and a multitude of engaging and re-tellable stories of sustainability. The house will be finished at the beginning of 2024.

More about the building here!

Global facilitation

More than a house with the latest sustainability technology, The Loop is a place for new possibilities. Up the main stairs, on Level 2, all facilities needed are available to help you define projects and create the collaborations that make use of the unique research environment at ESS and Max IV. It’s the people and the businesses that make it tick. But it’s the visions and the symphonies that change the world.

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A collaborative culture in a dynamic region

Science Village, Lund, a part of the dynamic Greater Copenhagen Area where Scandinavia meets the world. With 4 million inhabitants, 17 universities, 14,000 researchers, 190,000 students, 19 science parks and innovation incubators, Greater Copenhagen offers Scandinavia’s most knowledge intensive research and business environment.

Read more about the neighbourhood in our blog!

Music is all around

The concert and congress hall for 1000 people is an obvious reason for the public to spend time in Science Village. The families, the students and visitors from faraway, all make the cutting-edge research a part of the city and everyday life. The music with its tempos, beats and keys infuses the whole building and spreads to the surrounding village. It captures the very essence of the multi-disciplinary and always invites the unexpected “violinist to the room”.

Last Loop Lunch

How do we let an ecosystem emerge in Science Village even before it has been built? Jonas Klevhag, business developer and co-worker at Altitude Meetings, has looked deeper into what it takes to create an inspiring place. Jakob Norman-Hansen, Bloxhub, shared his experiences and Jakob Lindblad from Oatly where joining us as well.

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