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One Space.
Many Minds.
Infinite Ideas.

Munich Urban Colab Eingang

Our goal is to develop sustainable solutions for urban challenges and to create a livable City of the Future – on the cutting edge and in the heart of Munich. Join us in shaping the future of our cities, in the midst of a strong and innovative community!

UnternehmerTUM and the City of Munich are offering a place for new forms of cross-sector and interdisciplinary collaboration: the Munich Urban Colab.

At the Munich Urban Colab, start-ups, established companies, voices from science, fresh talent and the City of Munich are developing and testing innovative concepts together with citizens. It’s how Munich can become an international front-runner in developing smart city solutions.

Colab Quarterly - The Magazine for the City of the Future

MUC Colab Quarterly Die gesunde Stadt Website

"The healthy city" - this is the focus of the current issue of Colab Quarterly. Good healthcare is one of our most pressing social tasks today. Particularly in the city and for urban society, a well-functioning healthcare system means a mammoth task.

Statistics show: Life expectancy in poorer neighborhoods is in some cases more than eight years lower than in wealthier areas. Beatrix Zurek, Head of the Health Department of the City of Munich, explains in our interview how Munich is tackling this problem.

Urban planning and architecture also have a significant influence on health in the city. We talked to the Berlin-based physician and stress researcher Mazda Adli about the reasons.

You can find more exciting stories in the magazine, including how new technologies and digitization are helping to solve the healthcare crisis. Enjoy reading!

Strong partnerships

Aachener Grundvermoegen
Siemens
Bayerisches Staatsministerium fuer Digitales Bitmap
Bayerisches Staatsministerium fuer Wirtschaft Landesentwicklung und Energie
BMW Group
Digitalschmiede Bayern
H Ines
Hochschule Muenchen 2
Infineon
KPMG
Pwc
Guenther Rid Stiftung
SAP
SWM
TUM
Wacker