Apr 04, 2013 07:00 CEST The European Association for the Study of Diabetes has chosen Stockholm as the site of its major conference in the autumn of 2015. The city will thus be hosting the event for the fourth time. The decision was motivated by Stockholm's good conditions and Stockholmsmässan's long experience in arranging international conferences. The region is also one of the world's leading in diabetes research.
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Feb 08, 2013 07:30 CET On February 12th 2013, the 7th annual Swiss-Scandinavian Bio-Business Seminar is being held in Zürich, Switzerland. The conference offers a unique possibility to meet Stockholm-based life sciences companies on the cutting edge. Participants include: Aberabio, Binarybio, Biolamia, Biovica, Irras, Oss-Q and Xbrane Bioscience.
Dec 09, 2012 13:51 CET There is much to discover in Stockholm, when following the Nobel trail.
Feb 16, 2013 10:16 CET A positive momentum and large international interest means hectic year for promoters of the Stockholm cleantech sector.
Feb 14, 2013 10:30 CET Boasting excellent infrastructure and a strategically important location, Stockholm is perfectly suited for deliveries to Scandinavia and the Baltic region. And with changes under way, opportunities for international companies are opening up.
Feb 12, 2013 10:30 CET It doesn't matter if it's fashion, gaming, literature or music – the creative industries in the Swedish capital are making a huge global impact.
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Dec 20, 2011 10:26 CET Digital online services, so called e-services, can be a powerful and effective way for municipalities, county councils and other public authorities to improve the service to citizens and companies, and stimulate new business models. Examples range from permit administration to application for nursing school. This report by Stockholm IT Region presents best practice and a 21 points action plan.
Dec 14, 2011 10:33 CET The US continues to dominate; most venture capital goes to drug discovery platforms and the most successful companies in need of venture capital are those who most clearly fit in to investors' strategy. Despite a leading R&D position, Swedish life science companies must improve international relations to succeed in attracting investments. This emerged in a new report on corporate venture capital.