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Georg Klein: A life driven by curiosity

During his life, Georg lived through a world war, escaped a communist regime, built up a world leading research institution where cutting edge research was done for decades and inspired a generation of successful scientists before passing away at 91 years of age.   Story by: Benedek Bozoky In 1944, he was still a 19-year-old Jewish-Hungarian teenager in Budapest. The ...

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The future of our genome

‘As the days seep their light, and we are drawn from the swell of summer, I often come to think of things. Like walking across sand, the ground beneath us feels at times so uncertain. We shift. In our careers, in our social relations, in the places we call home. Yet we place certainty in the knowledge that our lives ...

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Democratic biology by iGEM Stockholm

2017 iGEM Stockholm team won gold medal in a synthetic biology competition in Boston

Making biology available to everyone 15 students with different backgrounds teamed up for a synthetic biology competition, declared democratic biology as their vision. After 9 months of hard work, they won a gold prize and a nomination for best entrepreneurship for their project last week in the Boston final of the synthetic biology competition. iGEM Stockholm team explained Medicor their mission, ...

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“Except for my work, I have one big passion which is…”

Björn Kull, Head of KI Grants Office

As head of the Grants Office at KI, Björn is involved in the contact between researchers and funders. “The researcher usually wants money to conduct his or her research, but the funder wants something else. We are here to help so in the end, we get the results that were expected from both sides.” Next to this, Björn is also ...

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“Pupils should learn more about what we don’t know than what we do know”

“Honestly, what is needed at KI is to make education more prestigious, and I don’t say this only to you, it’s a message I report to everybody.” Ole Petter Ottersen, the new Vice-Chancellor of KI, feels very strongly about education. His own path to science started with a biology book he read as a kid. “This book was brilliant because ...

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Humans of KI – a series of interviews celebrating our diversity

To highlight the Humans of KI, we will share the stories and glimpses of daily lives of people working or studying at the Karolinska Institute and University Hospital.

Have you ever walked around the campus of Karolinska Institute or at the Karolinska University Hospital and wondered what all of those people are doing there? We start a new series that we call "Humans of KI", where we will highlight the Humans of KI by sharing the stories and glimpses of daily lives of people working or studying at the Karolinska Institute and University Hospital. Follow the series here or on our website!

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