SciLifeLab is a national center for molecular biosciences with focus on health and environmental research.

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Genetic prehistory of Iberia mapped

In a study published in PNAS, a team of researchers has examined  the remains of 13 human individuals from the north and south of Spain, including genome sequencing of a 7 245 year-old farmer performed by NGI Uppsala at SciLifeLab. One of the senior authors of the study was Mattias Jacobsson, UU/SciLifeLab.

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Science Summit 2018: Poster Exhibition

Put your research forward within the fields of genetic and chemical screenings – submit your abstract for the Science Summit Poster session before March 20! Selected posters will be given the opportunity to present their work in “Flash-Talk”. The winner of the “Poster award” will be awarded a 5 000 SEK Travel Grant.

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Science & SciLifeLab Prize – application now open!

We now welcome applications for the 2018 Science & SciLIfeLab Prize for Young Scientists. The international Prize is awarded annually to four young scientists for outstanding life science research for which he/she earned a doctoral degree in the previous two years.

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Science Summit 2018: Life as a researcher

We want to show what life as a researcher looks like: the joy, the frustration, the friendship and the odd things that occur on a daily basis. Send us a photo (taken by you or your colleagues) of how you perceive life as a scientist. We will show the photos in a slideshow during the event.

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