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Some countries and regions are less active in the bioeconomy than others.
An increase in allergies associated with pollen may be a self-inflicted wound caused by our preference for male plants, hence the need to assess better the allergenic potential of green spaces.
The EU- and industry-funded Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) held its annual Stakeholders Forum in Brussels on a very rainy 12 June, the venue being the gorgeous Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium. The topic discussed: Brain health and disease, and how digital technologies are transforming the search for new treatments and patient care.
EU-funded researchers have created a groundbreaking platform to meet industry’s need for low-energy, small-size, complex and high-performance circuits.
Time: Wed 2019-09-11 - Fri 2019-09-13 Location: THS, Drottning Kristinas väg 15 Type of event: Conferences and events SIGDIAL (Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialogue) is a yearly international interdisciplinary conference, with a focus on computational models of dialog and discourse.
Time: Wed 2019-09-11 - Fri 2019-09-13 Location: THS, Drottning Kristinas väg 15 Type of event: Conferences and events SIGDIAL (Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialogue) is a yearly international interdisciplinary conference, with a focus on computational models of dialog and discourse.
Time: Wed 2019-08-21 - Mon 2019-08-26 10.00 Location: KTH Campus, Valhallavägen 79. Type of event: Miscellaneous Spring cleaning? Are you giving the KonMari method a go? Take the opportunity to recycle what no longer gives you joy at Stockholm City's Pop-up Recycling Container at KTH Campus May 23 - 26th.
Time: Fri 2019-09-20 14.00 Location: F3, Lindstedsvägen 26, KTH Type of event: Public defences of doctoral theses
Time: Fri 2019-09-20 10.00 Location: Kollegiesalen, Brinellvägen 8, KTH Type of event: Public defences of doctoral theses
New analysis of the remains of 38 people who lived and died in the town of Sigtuna during the 10th, 11th and 12th century reveals high genetic variation and a wide scale migration. The study is the largest of its kind so far in Sweden and a combination of several methods, including DNA analysis and Strontium isotope analysis of teeth. The results are published in a new article in Current Biology.

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