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Growth of industrial espionage and spying on Swedish strategic establishments

Monday, 14 January 2013
Industrial espionage and spying in Swedish strategic industries is said to be on the increase again. Swedish companies and research institutions are seeing increases in attempts to seek access to vital data by unauthorised people, using unconventional methods.

How Sweden takes touch pad technology to a new advanced level by adapting it uniquely in healthcare operation

Monday, 17 September 2012
Sweden is unique in that when it needs to do something, it does it big. As the country continues to unleash its technology prowess, a new and unique approach in medical technology has been revealed whereby the touch pad technology is being uniquely adapted to health care operation

Chances of treating resistant bacterial increase with a Swedish breakthrough

Monday, 10 September 2012
There may be increased possibility of treating the hitherto most resistant bacteria NDM, as Swedish researchers at the University of Uppsala have hit a breakthrough.

Sweden tops global the importance of internet connectivity comparison

Wednesday, 05 September 2012
Sweden tops the global list of countries which have internet as a very important driver  of productivity and communication in a country by country comparison.

New Swedish breakthrough in drug research especially those affecting inflammation disease

Friday, 31 August 2012
New Swedish research, which is being deemed as a new breakthrough area, can lead to radically improved medical treatment of a number of inflammation diseases areas.

Denmark winning the Scandinavian leadership battle of Pharmaceutical development

Monday, 06 February 2012
While the Swedish pharmaceutical industry is waning, worker here are gradually moving south to Denmark where the sector there is booming and had over taken Sweden. 

Swedish research show that it is easier to predict pregnancy problems

Thursday, 22 September 2011
In the future it may be easier to predict complications during pregnancy. This is a result from researchers in Linköping University who found a way to predict pre-eclampsia and other problems during pregnancy.

Daughter could get her mother's womb in an awaited break through medical wonders Tuesday, 14 June 2011
If all goes well, then a 25-year-old lady, Sara Ottosson based in Sweden will be able to become pregnant next year become her mother's womb could be transferred to her.

Growth in bacteria with antibiotic resistance

Thursday, 09 June 2011
The spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria continues to grow. New figures from the Swedish Disease Control show that the reported 1579 cases of methicillin-resistant staphylococci, MRSA, in 2010 was really an increase of seven percent compared to 2009.