The Fertility product area works with nutrient solutions (media), cryopreservation products and advanced consumable instruments, such as needles and pipettes, for the treatment of human infertility.
The Transplantation product area works with solutions and systems for assessing and preserving organs outside the body, so as to be able to select usable organs and keep them in optimal condition pending transplantation.
Vitrolife was founded in Gothenburg, originating from research and development with a strong link to the medical environment — a hallmark of the Gothenburg region.
“You could say that we help to create life — and extend life," says Thomas Axelsson, CEO of Vitrolife.
Vitrolife currently has approximately 220 employees and its products are sold in almost 90 markets. The company headquarters are in Gothenburg, where it also conducts research, development and production for a great deal of the company's operations. Vitrolife also operates in important markets such as the US, Japan, Australia, Great Britain and China.
The prize was awarded on August 14 at the Gothenburg Concert Hall by Anneli Hulthén, Board Chair at Göteborg & Co, and Birgitta L-Öfverholm, Director of the Trade and Industry Group at Göteborg & Co.
Source: Göteborg & Co
Vacant positions within the biotech and life science area in the Göteborg region.
Here you find a list of current calls for proposals and applications for Life Science!