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Sweden

Constitutional monarchy in northern Europe

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Nick Cohen
September 26, 2020
the Guardian
The right fails to recognise that the Swedes' real virtue in this pandemic is their social cohesion
Polly Toynbee
September 25, 2020
the Guardian
The prime minister's inadequate new measures are a product of his reckless nature, says Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee
September 24, 2020
Houston Chronicle
STOCKHOLM (AP) - Archaeologists on Thursday reported finding the remains of a dog from more than 8,400 years ago at a human burial site in southern Sweden. "The dog is well preserved, and the fact that it is buried in the middle of the Stone Age settlement is unique," osteologist Ola Magnell of the Blekinge Museum said of the discovery near the town of Solvesborg. Museum project manager Carl Persson said "a sudden and violent increase of the sea level" flooded the area with mud that had helped preserve the burial site. An ongoing archaeological excavation has involved removing layers of sand and mud. The Swedish archaeologists said the dog was buried with a person, noting that survivors often leave valuable or sentimental objects with the dead. Such findings "makes you feel even closer to the people who lived here," Persson said in a statement. "A buried dog somehow shows how similar we are over the millennia when it comes to the feelings like grief and loss." The dog bones have not been removed from the ground yet but the archaeologists plan to eventually take them to the Blekinge Museum for study. The area where the dog was found is part of a vast site where local authorities and archaeologists are currently carrying out one of the largest archaeological digs ever undertaken in the region.. The area is believed to have been inhabited by hunters during the Stone Age. A residential community is expected to be built on the burial site once the archaeologists are done.
Geoffrey Morgan
September 22, 2020
Financial Post
Selling most of its European oil storage business for $715 million
Kiona N. Smith
September 16, 2020
Ars Technica
The Viking Age brought more genetic diversity into Scandinavia, the study suggests.
Jon Henley
September 15, 2020
the Guardian
Older school pupils returned to their classrooms in Sweden in August. Schools for younger children remained open. Photograph: Getty Images
Beth Mole
August 31, 2020
Ars Technica
Looking to herd immunity is "not a solution," experts say.
August 28, 2020
WebWire
Transformative Agreements (TAs) continue to have an influential and driving impact on enabling a country to flip to a fully open access (OA) environment sustainably and effectively. The latest data from Springer Nature on the growth of OA publishing as a result of its national TAs illustrates that any country with an agreement in place with the publisher, has the ability to flip to full OA. As the largest OA publisher of primary research, Springer Nature continues to drive forward the s...
Press Trust of India
August 27, 2020
@bsindia
IT services major HCL Technologies on Thursday said it has set up its first European Cybersecurity Fusion Center in Gothenburg, Sweden
IANS
August 18, 2020
@bsindia
According to the researchers, the antibody responses tend to wane and are not detectable in all patients
Tanya Lewis
August 18, 2020
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.
Michael Le Page
August 18, 2020
New Scientist
The Bornean tufted ground squirrel reputedly kills and eats deer - but the first scientific study of the rodent suggests it mainly feeds on the seeds of one tree
Jon Henley
August 17, 2020
the Guardian
Sweden's chief epidemiologist, Anders Tegnell, is also believed to have deleted some of his emails. Photograph: IBL/Rex/Shutterstock
Yuvraj Malik
August 15, 2020
@bsindia
While companies in UK delay investing workers pension contributions, US Postal warns there may be mass delays in processing mail-in ballots
Michael Le Page
August 13, 2020
New Scientist
Despite claims that soft lockdown was a good idea, so far Sweden has had more covid-19 related deaths than its Scandinavian neighbours with little difference in economic slowdown
Michael Le Page
August 13, 2020
New Scientist
A form of magnetic levitation can separate living and dead cells, which could help in everything from drug discovery to tissue engineering
BBC News
August 5, 2020
BBC News
After avoiding a Covid-19 lockdown, the country sees its economy shrink less than in other EU nations.
Stacy Liberatore
July 27, 2020
Mail Online
As the world battles the coronavirus, scientists have uncovered evidence that the first plague infected humans some 5,000 years ago that may have led to a collapse in population.
July 20, 2020
WebWire
As a company committed to being people and planet positive, IKEA has reimagined its iconic meatball by introducing a more sustainable, plant-based alternative for the many meatball lovers. The new plant ball, a plant-based meat substitute is made with yellow pea protein, oats, potatoes, onion and apple, but looks and tastes like meat. With a climate footprint of only 4% of the classic IKEA meatball, the plant ball, available in U.S. stores starting September 28, 2020, contributes to the IK...
BBC News
July 16, 2020
BBC News
Hopes of reaching an agreement are not high, but some countries say they need urgent funding.
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