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Sthlm LifeTech gets full funding

Sthlm LifeTech is awarded over SEK 16 million from the European Regional Development Fund. The project is run by Region Stockholm and will enable advanced development and production environments in Flemingsberg to be opened to small and medium-sized companies.

In Flemingsberg, it is primarily ANA Futura and Vecura that are opened to more small and medium-sized companies working on advanced therapies. Something that can support the growth of small and medium-sized companies in life science.

Sthlm LifeTech is run by the Stockholm Region to further develop and make available research and innovation infrastructures in the region. The work will be conducted in three different blocks and nine defined work packages.

Sustainability aspects should permeate the project, for example when selecting companies. Activities that are planned to be carried out include, for example, mentoring groups and women’s networks.

Sthlm LifeTech will result in an increased interest in investing and setting up Life Science companies in the region. The project is ongoing until 2023.

More project that have recieved funding (in Swedish)

University places increased in record time

KTH is one of the universities set to receive government support in the wake of the corona crisis. Around an additional 700 places in foundation technology courses at KTH Royal Institute of Technology will make it easier for more people to retrain. Resources will also be allocated to establish more permanent course places.

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2020-03-24T15:51:24+01:00