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By Paul Rincon
October 6, 2021
BBC News
A Briton and a German have been awarded the chemistry Nobel for their work to build new molecules.
Miranda Bryant
October 1, 2021
the Guardian
Colour-coded labels will show buyers the percentage of renewables and fossil raw materials, and fuel's origin
By Maddy Savage
September 19, 2021
BBC News
A Swedish tech firm has created an app to help alleviate people's joint pain.
Karl Flinders
September 15, 2021
Banks are working together through a cross-border financial technology development hub
Caroline Donnelly
September 10, 2021
As concerns mount about space and power constraints within several of Europe's largest datacentre hubs, enterprises are being urged to consider shifting more of their energy-intensive workloads to the Nordic countries
Brian McKenna
September 9, 2021
Ali Ghodsi, CEO of Databricks, reflects on the business culture of Silicon Valley, his Iranian-Swedish background, and where big data analytics is going during these early days of machine learning
September 8, 2021
HELSINKI (AP) -- A privately-funded expedition, commissioned by relatives of the victims of the M/S Estonia ferry that sank into the Baltic Sea nearly 27 years ago, will dive into the vessel's wreckage this month.
September 8, 2021
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Conor Hale
August 26, 2021
In what they describe as the world's first real-world feasibility study of drone-based defibrillator deliveries, first responders showed that going airborne helped shave off minutes where time matters most.
Charlotte Hartley
August 25, 2021
New Scientist
The mouth bacteria of wild bears in Sweden hold a historical record of human antibiotic use and the rise of antimicrobial resistance
Science X staff
August 25, 2021
An international team of researchers used historical museum collections to study the effects of human-made antibiotics over the entire history of their application. They found that the increased use of antibiotics in medicine and agriculture in the 1950-1990s led to increases in antibiotic resistance in wild Swedish brown bears. However, they also detected a clear downward trend in antibiotic resistance after national policies to control antibiotic use were implemented.
August 24, 2021
Saab is leading a live demonstration as part of the EU-funded OCEAN2020 defence research project. The demonstration is being held in the Baltic Sea in August 2021, with the participation of 17 European companies, research institutes and defence ministries. The purpose of the live demonstration off the southern coast of Sweden is to demonstrate the capabilities of 13 different unmanned vehicles, four of them from Saab, and the communication and control processes that enable cooperation amo...
August 23, 2021
Timmy Hansen and fellow world champion Johan Kristoffersson fought it out for honours during the qualifying stages, with the former getting the better of his countryman in a crowd-pleasing duel that pushed both drivers right to the limit around the legendary Värmland circuit. That earned the pair a pole position apiece for their respective semi-finals, but whilst Timmy Hansen converted his into a lights-to-flag victory, Kristoffersson's effort to do likewise was scuppered by a double punc...
Tony Zerucha
August 22, 2021
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Gerard O'Dwyer
August 20, 2021
Swedish IT and communications equipment suppliers fear economic backlash from China following Huawei ban
Reuters in Stockholm
August 19, 2021
the Guardian
Hybrit sends steel made with hydrogen production process to Volvo, which plans to use it in prototype vehicles and components
Science X staff
August 17, 2021
Labor markets in Southern Europe and the Baltic States were among those hit hardest last year by the pandemic, according to an Open Access study published in the peer-reviewed journal Applied Economics Letters.
Emma Beddington
August 15, 2021
the Guardian
If you're struggling to recall the last time you handled cash, you're not alone. As we click and tap our way to a digital world, Emma Beddington asks if we'll miss the pound in our pocket when it's gone
Vincent Ialenti
August 13, 2021
Scientific American
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
August 11, 2021
The Hindu
Sweden's home computer drive, and concurrent early investment in internet connectivity, help explain why its capital Stockholm has become such rich soil for startups,birthing and incubating the likes of Spotify, Skype and Klarna,even though it has some of the highest tax rates in the world.
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