Lene Krøl Andersen is the head of DeIC eScience Center in Denmark. She has a research background within natural sciences alongside her MBA degree. Lene Krøl Andersen has lead the establishment of the national eScience Center in Denmark, which guides the Danish researchers to both local and national eScience resources, contact points, organisational eScience support, access support to supercomputing facilities, competence building etc. The Danish eScience landscape mirrors self-developing communities of principles and practice deploying ICT tooling, software and e-infrastructures, which indeed challenges the speed of new discoveries. DeIC eScience Center is a national platform for all eScience parties to share expertise, best practices and challenges, hence creating cross fertilisation over disciplines, i.e. a crucial eScience collaboration platform bridging the various and differentiated eScience communities throughout the country. The staffing of DeIC eScience Center support and collaborate with the Danish eScience communities in order to enhance their integration of tools and competences benefitting from both national and international resource opportunities.