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"A narrative builds a sense of belonging, security, and lowers the perception of risk-taking"
FILIPPA KULL: Kendall Square in Boston is considered to be the world's most innovative place. Geographically, it is well-defined, but once you're there, you understand that it's more of a "state of mind". Thanks to the strong sense of belonging, those who succeed reinvest in innovations – a sign of a thriving ecosystem.
Startups get a fast track to Europe
Strengthened conditions for tech startups in 14 countries – this is what the "Rise Europe" initiative provides. Here, the top universities and startup hubs in Europe have joined forces. KTH Innovation and the startup incubator Sting are the only Swedish representatives.
"We are on the verge of a revolution in the treatment of childhood cancer"
Childhood cancers are a large group of rare diseases, which are often very different from cancers in adults: biology, the possibility of preventing disease, and the risk of late side effects caused by the treatment. In Sweden, whole genome sequencing is offered for all types of childhood cancer.
"A fantastic opportunity to bring more AI into healthcare"
Max Gordon, Associate Professor and an orthopaedic surgeon, is rewarded for his research on AI in healthcare through the award AI Swede of the Year. TechSverige awards this to someone who has contributed to the development and visibility of Swedish AI.
NLSDays is approaching. 10th anniversary this year!
Nordic Life Science Days (NLSDays) is a unique meeting place dedicated to visitors to make new business contacts and network in the Nordic life science sector. Alexandra Hoegberg tells us who you meet here and what strengths Sweden needs to highlight more to attract investment.
Petter Brodin awarded for his work in paediatrics
Every four years, the Swedish Society of Medicine awards the Oscar Medin Prize for outstanding research contributions in paediatrics. This year's recipient was Petter Brodin, professor at the Department of women's and children's health at Karolinska Institutet, and paediatrician at the Astrid Lindgren Children's Hospital at Karolinska University Hospital.