Biosfär is the winner of this year’s Flemingsberg Science Award, a company that wants to give nursing and care home residents the opportunity to experience different activities in virtual reality. The award was presented during the announcement of Venture Cup’s Digital Top20.
Planning and preparation for the Stockholm Life Tech project is well underway. Heading the initiative is Nina Lahti, the respected project manager, who believes that the development of the innovation ecosystem is vital for the future of the region.
As Karin Nordh leaves KTH for a long-planned-for retirement, she does so having made an outstanding contribution to the development of Campus Flemingsberg. Here Nordh makes a call for continued collaboration.
One of the main architects behind the creation of the Flemingsberg of the future has taken the next step on her career path. After five years as Area Strategist, Signe Wernberg is setting up her own company to help other areas achieve success.
When Region Stockholm needed to manage patient numbers according to healthcare capacity, they turned to Sebastiaan Meijer, professor in healthcare logistics at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. A forecasting tool is now ready based on historical data and interviews. The use of such tools is becoming increasingly relevant in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Work on a Swedish vaccine for the coronavirus is in full swing at Campus Flemingsberg, although it differs from other vaccines being developed around the world. If successful, the Swedish vaccine could also help combat future pandemics.
This was the first year a joint open day could be held for all courses at Campus Flemingsberg. But as the corona crisis hit, six months’ preparation was on the line. However, digital solutions offered an alternative.
The Flemingsbergsdalen development program creates the necessary conditions needed for thousands of new jobs, homes, business opportunities, entertainment and services. Building work on the Royal Swedish Opera and the Royal Dramatic Theatre’s new production center will begin in 2022.
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.
Sweden’s largest meeting place for higher education training and development will this year be held at Campus Flemingsberg. And like so many other events this year, NU2020 is taking to the digital arena.