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New method provides better information on gene expression

Researchers at KTH Royal Institute of Technology/SciLifeLab and Karolinska Institutet have devised a new high-resolution method for studying which genes are active in a tissue.

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Two platforms renamed

Following a decision from the board, two SciLifeLab platforms now have new names: National Bioinformatics Infrastructure Sweden, NBIS (former Bioinformatics) and Next-Generation Diagnostics, NGD (former Clinical Diagnostics).

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SciLifeLab Fellows program

In order to further strengthen the research environment SciLifeLab regularly recruits young, talented research leaders to become SciLifeLab Fellows. Each fellow is recruited by one of our host universities and receives funding from them.

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How honeybees do without males

A research team led by Mathew Webster at Uppsala University/SciLifeLab has studied the genetic mechanism behind asexual reproduction in honey bees.

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