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Stockholm Science City
To be in a lifelong learning
After I graduated from high school in the 90's, I was fed up with school and had a hard time seeing myself continue to study. In addition, I managed to make a career very early and was headhunted between the companies. This made me feel that studies were not a necessity.
The universities' collaboration on health
Many societal challenges are so complex that they cannot be solved on their own. Partnership and cooperation are necessary to achieve the global goals - and here the academy plays an important role. During the World Academic Forum on May 19, Karolinska Institutet, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Stockholm University told how they mobilize to improve human and planetary health.
Stockholm will be an even stronger meeting place
The project "Attraktion Stockholm" aims to develop new ways to promote collaboration and attract more international academic meetings to Stockholm. It is a collaborative project between the city of Stockholm, the three universities in Stockholm and the business community.
Visualization of gene activity in tissue with potential for completely new diagnostics
Alzheimer's, ALS and cancer are diseases in which the new methodology Spatial Transcriptomics becomes an important tool. Joakim Lundeberg and Patrik Ståhl form KTH, have together with Jonas Frisén from Karolinska Institutet developed the methodology.