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Danish space industry aiming for the stars

Denmark is to get a €6.5-million centre to boost the country’s startups in the space industry and create 400 high-tech jobs.

The European Space Agency Business Incubation Center Denmark will receive funding from ESA and national sources, and will be located at three Danish universities. ESA BIC hubs are to be established at the Technical University of Denmark, Aalborg University and Aarhus University, according to an announcement published in December 2018.

According to Aalborg University, entrepreneurs and companies will be able to use the hubs to draw on technical expert assistance from ESA, the universities and other companies. The hubs will also offer support for business development and funding, and for finding partners to collaborate with.

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