Flemingsberg Science recently launched its new website with the aim of guiding more people to the resources they need in our knowledge-rich environment. Flemingsberg offers considerable potential for greater co-operation and further growth in activity.
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This year, Flemingsberg Science is contributing to the national business plan competition Venture Cup with its own prize: the Flemingsberg Science Award, which celebrates ideas from Flemingsberg that contribute to a better world.
A smart addition to the patient record system at Karolinska University Hospital has been developed into a product thanks to a Kraftcentrum Flemingsberg project. The result is Clicknote, the brainchild of doctor Joakim Crafoord.
Alfred Nobels allé will be shut down from September 11, 2019 due to district heating work. The street is closed for passage through Anatomy Road and entrance to the Forensic Psychiatric Clinic.
If you study, work or live in Flemingsberg, you can now submit your business idea in a preliminary round of Sweden’s national business competition, the Venture Cup – an initiative that Flemingsberg Science hopes will encourage the development of ideas that contribute to a better world.
Huge Bostäder are the first construction company to build new apartments and premises along Hälsovägen. Ground was recently broken for around 209 apartments, of which some 81 will be student accommodation.
Huddinge’s newest high school is now up and running. Widerströmska College is at the heart of Campus Flemingsberg where students can look forward to knowledge exchange with the surrounding higher education institutions.
A recent study could pave the way to treating a type of bone marrow cancer. The aim is to transform the cancer from being incurable to a disease that it is possible to live with. The research behind the study was conducted in Evren Alici’s group at Campus Flemingsberg.
Mathias Svahn is a CEO who still collects the mail and makes the coffee, even as he ranks among the highflyers leading the development of drugs of the future. Curiosity has taken him from the lab to the helm of a listed company. And it all started with a pregnancy.
Chris Heister: “Everyone who has made this journey feels as though they’re fighting the system a bit.”
Even if Chris Heister shifts down a gear when she leaves her role as council leader in Stockholm, she is unlikely be drawing on her pension any time soon. The class journey she has made from growing up in a countryside idyll, north of Stockholm, has given her a momentum that continually drives her forward.