Wageningen Campus was designed as a meeting place for researchers, entrepreneurs and students in the fields of nutrition and food production, living environment and health. The underlying principle is that knowledge sharing is just as important as knowledge acquisition.
Scientists, businesses and governments work together on topical issues of social relevance, such as the global food crisis, growing pressure on green and blue spaces, the need for sustainable production, healthy food, alternatives to fossil fuels and the consequences of climate change.
Wageningen Campus has two locations: Wageningen University & Research (WUR) and Business & Science Park Wageningen (BSPW).
The campus welcomed the following new companies in 2018: