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Ancient DNA facility kickstarts with symposium

The SciLifeLab Ancient DNA facility is now up, running and taking on projects. To celebrate this and inform users of the possibilities of using the facility, a symposium was held September 24-25.

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Understanding naïve pluripotent stem cells

In a recent study, led by ScilifeLab Fellow Simon Elsässer and PhD Student Banushree Kumar, researchers investigate the mechanism responsible for stabilizing mouse naïve pluripotent stem cells.

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SciLifeLab inspires new generation of scientists

As part of the annual event Researchers’ Night (ForskarFredag), an initiative that aims to bring researchers closer to the public, SciLifeLab in Stockholm welcomed high school students from six high schools.

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SciLifeLab National hearing on the 2020-2030 roadmap

How should SciLifeLab develop as a national research infrastructure and tackle the challenges of tomorrow’s research and society? This was the key topic of the National Hearing on September 20.

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