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Stockholm Life at Nordic Life Science Days

On the 14-15th of October the Nordic Life Science Days takes place at Stockholm Waterfront. Stockholm Life will be represented in the exhibition area where you will have the possibility to meet with representatives from Karolinska Institutet, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm University, the County of Stockholm as well as SciLifeLab.

In addition companies will demo their products in the Stockholm Life booth and we will give a fresh update of the "Stockholm-Uppsala life science company report 2013; Facts and Figures on Swedens number one life science region".

We look forward to meeting you there - welcome to Stockholm Life!

14th of October

CareLigo is a MedTech company founded in 2011 with a clearly stated focus on the patient. CareLigo’s vision is to save resources for the health care system and improve the lives of people with heart failure.

CareLigo’s product is called OPTILOGG, and is a home-based tool for improving heart failure patients’ self-care behavior and thereby reducing the number of days spent at the hospital. The unique part of the concept is that it does not affect the work load of the caregiver and seamlessly integrates into any health care provider’s work situation.

Presenter: Andreas Blomqvist, co-founder and V.P. Research and Development

Visit www.careligo.se for more information.

Sensavis is a swedish company, who delivers 3D interactive education products for schools and universities, healthcare and corporate clients.

Watch the human body in stereoscopic 3D and be amazed when you for instance follow the air into the lungs or when you can explore how the heart works. This interactive study material is now available in education and will increase learning.

Visit www.sensavis.com for more information.

Presenter: Magnus Arfors, Founder and responsible for Sensavis Education

15th of October

Based on a revolutionary, patented muscle strengthening SEM™ (Soft Extra Muscles) technology, invented jointly by professors at Royal Institute of Technology and professors from Karolinska Institute. Bioservo Technologies develops non-invasive products that strengthen weak human body parts by providing seamless extra force.

The innovative SEM™Glove improves grip strength and reduces muscle strain for people with weak grip, and/or are performing grip-intensive work.

Presenter: Tomas Ward, CEO, Bioservo Technologies AB

Visit www.bioservo.com for more information.