Cecilia Bergh and Per Södersten awarded Royal Patriotic Society medal

Cecilia Bergh and Per Södersten have been awarded the Royal Patriotic Society medal for their services to research. After many years’ research into eating behaviour and satiation at Karolinska Institutet, the pair founded the Mando Group that successfully  treats and cures eating disorders.

2018-04-19T11:05:10+00:00 March 29th, 2018|

An open and creative meeting space – at the heart of Campus Flemingsberg

Festive and packed are the two words that best describe the opening of Flemingsberg Science’s new facilities at the heart of Campus Flemingsberg. There is now a new meeting space here available for all campus actors to meet and develop.

2018-02-14T09:32:02+00:00 February 14th, 2018|

Reflections on 2017: Campus in focus

From previously having worked primarily with business creation, the Foundation switched focus in 2016 to concentrate its activities on building up the campus area and working closely with a variety of actors in the campus area and beyond.

In 2017, we worked with several different constellations of stakeholders. The campus and property […]

2018-01-31T09:35:47+00:00 January 31st, 2018|

Delegation against Segregation opens in Campus Flemingsberg

The Delegation against Segregation has opened its doors in Södertörn University and Campus Flemingsberg. The recently established authority is tasked with reducing and combating societal segregation. The decision to locate in Flemingsberg was taken after careful evaluation.

2018-01-31T09:28:06+00:00 January 31st, 2018|

Irene Svenonius appointed new chair of Flemingsberg Science Foundation

The Flemingsberg Science Foundation has appointed Stockholm County Council Finance Commissioner, Irene Svenonius, as the new chairwoman of the board.

Svenonius replaces former Stockholm County Council head, Chris Heister, who stepped down as chairwoman on her retirement in autumn 2017.

“I’m delighted that Irene has agreed to chair the […]

2018-01-30T15:17:24+00:00 January 30th, 2018|

New initiative to address society’s diversity and health challenges

A new initiative has been launched with the aim of establishing a skills hub in diversity and health on Campus Flemingsberg. The opening of the project gathered representatives from local councils, academia, and regional authorities. The aim of the initiative is to strengthen skill sets to better meet future societal challenges.

The first stage of the […]

2017-12-15T09:12:23+00:00 December 14th, 2017|

Campus Flemingsberg opens two new lunch restaurants in the Neo building

Neo Stockholm Food has opened two lunch restaurants and a catering service on Campus Flemingsberg. Menus feature fresh, healthy lunches under the maxim: “Good Food for All”. Guests can either sit down in the dining area, or grab a lunch box in the trendy “to-go” restaurant.

Both restaurants opened on December 4 in the newly built […]

2017-12-15T09:12:42+00:00 December 14th, 2017|

Vote for Mando in the Innovation Radar Prize 2017

The European Commission has launched a competition to identify Europe’s top future innovators and their innovations. Up until 15 October 2017, people will be able to vote below for their favourites among 48 nominees. These innovators have been identified through the European Commission’s Innovation Radar. 

Mando, located in Campus […]

2017-10-16T10:10:01+00:00 October 16th, 2017|

He has built up Sweden’s leading gene and cell therapy lab

Pontus Blomberg has guided the development of Vecura in Flemingsberg for more than 20 years. Here, together with his colleagues, he has built up Sweden’s leading gene and cell therapy lab. An area that is set to lead to remedial treatments for everything from certain cancers to Alzheimer’s.

Gene and cell therapy are also expected to […]

2018-01-15T09:11:55+00:00 October 6th, 2017|