Pivot Park will collaborate intensively with the university of applied sciences of Arnhem and Nijmegen (HAN). On December 18, the Oss life sciences campus and the university of applied sciences signed an agreement to house the Drug Discovery research group. Pivot Park and the HAN School of Applied Biosciences and Chemistry thus lay a physical foundation for a fruitful interaction between science, education and medicine practice.
Pivot Park and HAN have been working together for some time. With a research group on campus, a long-cherished wish is coming true for both parties. With the arrival of the research group, Pivot Park wants to solve common issues in the field of drug research. Conversely, the research group offers students and lecturers at HAN a "hybrid learning environment", a place where they can learn and research in the middle of practice. This gives shape to what HAN calls "cooperation in the triangle"; a way of learning and working where education, research and professional practice come together in a constructive manner and reinforce each other.