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May 30 2017

Seminar highlighting Sweden’s strength within life science

On May 2nd the Government Offices of Sweden hosted a seminar highlighting Sweden’s strength within the life science area. Many of the presentations highlighted the good environment in Stockholm-Uppsala and the excellent environment offered it the European Medicines Agency would be located in the region.

May 29 2017

Life science seminar in Almedalen

Stockholm Science City organises a seminar on July 4th in Almedalen together with H2 Health Hub and Life Science Sweden. The seminar will adress the ongoing transformation of the pharmaceutical industry where many pharmaceutical companies are moving from mainly producing products for sick people to develop products to keep people healthy. How does this affect the relationship between caregiver and pharmaceutical companies and between caregiver and patient?

May 23 2017

The Swedish government wants EMA to be located in Hagastaden

As a consequence of Brexit, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) will leave London and establish its activities elsewhere within the EU. It is believed that this will happen before the end of March 2019 when the process for the UK to leave the EU is concluded. The Swedish government wants EMA to be relocated to Hagastaden and Stockholm Science City assists the Government Offices of Sweden on the candidature. 

May 12 2017

Affibody To Initiate Phase II Psoriasis Trials For Lead Candidate ABY-035

Affibody has announced that it has decided to initiate Phase II development with ABY-035, which is the company’s proprietary psoriasis program.

May 12 2017

The first comprehensive map of the subcellular localization of human proteins reveals new insights in human biology

PRESS RELEASE MAY 11 2017

The first analysis of how proteins are arranged in a cell was published today in Science, revealing that a large portion of human proteins can be found in more than one location in a given cell. Using the Sweden-based Cell Atlas, researchers examined the spatial distribution of the human proteome that correspond to the majority of protein-coding genes, and they described in unprecedented detail the distribution of proteins to the various organelles and substructures of the human body’s smallest unit, the cell.

Apr 21 2017

Ylva Williams visits the Fastighetsnytt podcast

Ylva Williams, CEO at Stockholm Science City Foundation, has visited the Fastighetsnytt podcast. She testifies about good forms of cooperation in Hagastaden, a district breathing science. Learn more about how the collaboration with the property owners has been working and how Ylva wants Hagastaden to become a living district where people wants to be. 

Feb 8 2017

Report on artificial intelligence in health applications

Today Stockholm Science City (SSCi) publish a report entitled Artificiell Intelligens och machine learing för sjukvård och life science. The report is authored by Henrik Ahlén and provides an overview the technological advances during the last couple of years that has enabled implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) in a growing number of services and applications. It also lists companies and organisations that are active in the field and develops health related products based on different types of AI technologies. 

Jan 12 2017

Apply for the eHealth Award 2017

eHealth Award 2017 is a cooperation between Vitalis, Nordic Connected Health Star Track, Cerner and Sahlgrenska Science Park. The registration period is January 10th - March 21st 2017. The award is open to Swedish start-up’s and small businesses. Apply today!
Dec 16 2016

Athenapriset 2016 to internet based treatment of health anxiety and social phobia

On November 28th, the winner of the Athenapriset 2016 was announced - a research project that engaged people from Gustavsberg´s health centre, Psykiatri Sydväst, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm University and the IT-company Chorus. The project resulted in an internet based treatment of  health anxiety and social phobia. According to the jury, the project is an excellent example of how new innovation, new technology, clinical research and collaboration can contribute to increased availability and life quality of the patients. 

Dec 5 2016

An atlas of the human cell

After the successful mapping of the human genome, the next step is to map the human building blocks: an atlas of the human cell. "The Cell Atlas" is an interactive database, open for all, with high-resolution images that illustrates where in the human cell there are proteins. The knowledge about protein's location are expected to lead to improved understanding about our health and diseases. In the new Cell Atlas over 12 000 of the human proteins have been mapped to 30 different structures in the cell, which provides a very detailed insight in the possible functions of the proteins.