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SciLifeLab proposal to research bill: This is needed for world leading life science

In light of global competition and massive life science investments being made abroad, it is critical that Swedish researchers have access to the latest infrastructure needed to perform cutting-edge research.

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SciLifeLab scientists train students and postdocs in South Korea

SciLifeLab scientists from the labs of Alexey Amunts and Erik Lindahl, as well as the cryo-EM facility, trained over 200 students and postdocs in four Universities in South Korea, within the frame of joint development of bilateral projects.

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Earliest known tetrapod probably never left the water shows new findings

An international team, led by Per Ahlberg (SciLifeLab/UU), has found evidence suggesting that the earliest tetrapods – the group of animals that made the evolutionary transition from water to land – might never have left the water.

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Sweden joins the Earth Biogenome Project through SciLifeLab

SciLifeLab researchers and the Genomics platform at SciLifeLab now announce that they will contribute with their expertise and technologies to the global Earth Biogenome Project, analyzing more than one million species.

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