Press release from Linköpings Universitet
Cool forskning på scen i Stockholm
Article in Projects Magazine
"The cells that keep your body clocks ticking" Gabriella Schmitz Lundkvist.
The 6th Sweden - Japan BioNano Workshop 10-13 maj 2010 in Mishima
On 10-13 May 2010 there will be a workshop in Nanobiotechnology, organised by SSF in collaboration with NIMS (National Institute of Materials Science). The objective of the workshop is to strenghten scientific collaborations between Sweden and Japan within the field of nanobiotechnology. The workshop is at the Toray Educational Center in Mishima, Japan. This is the 6th succesive workshop, all have been arranged by both Sweden and Japan repectively; the most recent meeting was in Stockholm in November 2008.
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Publcation in PNAS
Dissertation Keira Melican
Visit by Prof Koichi Kitazawa, President Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST)
Visit by John W Hepburn, Terry Kellam, and Soren Harbel.
Visit by Dr Eung-Sug Lee, Dierctor, and Ms Sang-Hee Han, both Division of Nano & Converging Technology, Korea
Karolinska Institutet's bicentenary celebration at Embassy of Sweden, Tokyo, Japan
The exhibition 'Celebration of knowledge and health' is inaugurated by Prof. Harriet Wallberg-Henriksson, President Karolinska Institutet. This is followed by the symposium 'Neuroscience - Unraveling mysteries of the brain', a collaboration between Karolinska Institutet and RIKEN Brain Science Institute. Here Prof. Agneta Richter-Dahlfors will talk about 'Nanomedical approaches to neuroscience'. Full programme