News in English

In this section You can read our columns, news and other articles that we publish in English. Once a year Life Science Sweden also publish an international issue of our printed magazine in English with an extended circulation in the Nordic countries.

“Conducting research at universities is becoming more and more like working at a research hotel”

Samuel Lagercrantz: “Companies that do this successfully will take the lead”

Bayer has cut 1,500 roles – so far

Carl Borrebaeck – professor and serial entrepreneur with a taste for speed
Forskaren in Hagastaden now inagurated
Astra Zeneca's Covid-19 vaccine Vaxzevria is being withdrawn worldwide

Japanese pharma to buy US drugmaker for $2.4 bln

Ancient DNA provides new insights – “The immune system lost its job”

KI’s freezer fiasco investigated: A chain of failures

List: The coolest names in biotech
Nocebo – the evil twin that makes you feel worse
The Covid pandemic accelerated the development of cancer vaccine
Study: Popular diabetes treatment is not associated with thyroid cancer
Assignment: Facilitate the retention of foreign researchers
Beta-blockers are often given unnecessarily, a study finds – “This will affect future practice”
Recipharm divests five Swedish plants
Settlement of cancer allegations against blockbuster drug

Radioactive tracer to measure effect of drug towards Crohn’s disease

Jan Holmgren to receive award for the development of cholera vaccine

The life science strategy – what the industry wants

”We need compatibility“
Anna Törner: ”Orphan Designation – the "petite robe noire" of drug development”
Specific proposals and targets top the universities’ desired priorities
Venom from the deathstalker carries radiopharmaceuticals to the brain
“Life science is important on a personal level”
Samuel Lagercrantz: ”Will the Swedish life science strategy be updated with precision?”
“What is important is to create an overview and understanding from different perspectives”
From Valneva to the CEO position at NorthX – “I saw it as a great opportunity”
Marie Gårdmark: ”Interchangeable biological medicines – soon in a pharmacy near you?”
“Don’t postpone the transition to IVDR”
To build trust, one must be able to say “I don’t know” – whether human or AI
KI’s new super machine measures brain activity in real-time – “A very expensive hairdo”
The Swedish Research Council gets go-ahead for more long-term funding
Ozempic may benefit hip replacement surgery
Raised millions to develop a treatment for ´butterfly children´
Rising interest in CRISPR treatments
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