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2018-09-13, NEWS

Networking across borders at NLSDays

Two days of inspiration and networking across industry, public and private sector borders, sum up the Nordic Life Science Days 2018 in a few words. SciLifeLab participated within the event through a dedicated satellite symposium, a workshop and an exhibition, all focusing on informing about the technologies and capabilities at SciLifeLab and how both academia […]

2018-09-12, NEWS

New neurons in the inner ear discovered

With support from the Eukaryotic Single Cell Genomics facility at SciLifeLab researchers at Karolinska Institutet have identified three types of neurons in the peripheral auditory system, which are new to science. The analysis of these cells can lead to new therapies for various kinds of hearing disorders, such as tinnitus and age-related hearing loss. The […]

2018-09-12, NEWS

Successful Satellite Symposium at NLSDays

On Monday the 10th of September, SciLifeLab hosted the satellite symposium SciLifeLab as a national resource for life science, in which almost 200 representatives from academia, industry and public sector in Europe, China and US took part.  The symposium was organized as a part of the Nordic Life Science Days 2018 and focused on introducing […]

2018-09-06, NEWS

National SciLifeLab Committee visited Solna

The members of the committee together with representatives from the SciLifeLab management (from left to right): Tommy Olsson (WCMM), Siv Andersson (Co-Director SciLifeLab), Mikael Sigvardsson (LiU), Jan Stenlid (SLU), Sara Hallin (alternate SLU), Lisbeth Olsson (Chalmers), Maria Fällman (UmU), Johan Malmström (alternate LU), Gunilla Westergren-Thorsson, chair (SciLifeLab Board) and Olli Kallionemi (Director SciLifeLab).  On September 5th, the National […]

2018-09-03, NEWS

New student class starts joint Master’s programme

This morning, around 30 students arrived at SciLifeLab in Solna for their first day of the Master’s Programme in Molecular Techniques in Life Science. We would like to welcome them and wish them a great two years at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology  – and, of course, at SciLifeLab. The Master’s […]

2018-08-30, NEWS

Novel method for identification of atherosclerosis biomarkers

Atherosclerosis can be developed for decades without any symptoms and when the disease becomes unstable myocardial infarction or stroke can be the first signs of the disease. Clinical tools like blood tests and image diagnostics are therefore required to improve prevention of myocardial infarction and stroke. In a study involving several researchers at SciLifeLab as well as […]

2018-08-28, NEWS

Controlled attachment and detachment of cargo from protein capsids for targeted delivery

Stefan Wennmalm at the Advanced Light Microscopy facility at Scilifelab has used FCS to show that protein binding to the inside of virus capsids can be controlled by calcium. The study was led by Ingemar André at Lund University and is published in Angewandte Chemie International Edition.

2018-08-24, NEWS

Dramatic development of immune system after birth

When a baby is born its immune system starts to change dramatically in response to its new environment, Petter Brodin (Karolinska Institutet/SciLifeLab) and colleagues report in a paper published in Cell. The study was made possible using new techniques of immune cell analysis at SciLifeLab. “This is the first time we’ve pinned down how the human […]

2018-08-23, NEWS

Loss of sleep alters metabolism and body composition

An international research team involving researchers from Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm University, Uppsala University and SciLifeLab have shown that one nights loss of sleep affects tissue metabolism and the regulation of gene expression in humans. These results published in Science Advances, might explain how chronic loss of sleep can promote weight gain and loss of skeletal muscle […]