Monday, 17 September 2012 The elections
are somewhere nearer in Sweden and the governing Alliance coalition
parties are not standing very well in the polls. Therefore, the
government must keep on throwing stuff out there such that it improves
Sunday, 16 September 2012 There will be a
new medical research centre in Södertälje, Sweden as the Swedish
government determines to strengthen its medical research business,
which has faced a hit recently.
Friday, 14 September 2012 The Swedish
government wants to invest Skr568 million in four years to break the
spell into why young people in the country are prematurely excluded
from activities leading to employment.
Tuesday, 11 September 2012 The Swedish
government is investing Skr4 billion in research and innovation for the
long term strengthening of Sweden's position as a leading research
nation, the government writes in a press release.
Tuesday, 04 September 2012 There are many
more people who have been seriously injured on the roads than has
previously been known. This is because the official accident statistics
are highly misleading.
August 2012 The Swedish
Ethics Committee has been accused of forging dates and addresses on
documents and research reports. According to news reports, the dated
documents were shifted back in time and addresses changed to a new
August 2012 A situation
that has been described as worse that ever is happening in the Swedish
student housing sector. There is intense shortages of student housing
such that some expert are question Sweden's readiness for the future if
there could be no chance of properly training future leaders.
August 2012 Well - its out
there - nearly half of high school students in Västra Götaland and
Skåne in Sweden, believe that cancer is contagious. This is blow
to Sweden which position itself as one f the leaders in developed world
in providing basic knowledge especially in relation to healthy living
and improved quality of life.
August 2012 There has
emerged a scandal at the University of Copenhagen, in Denmark as a
Danish brain scientist, Milena Penkowa identified as a future Nobel
Prize winner and who has received millions of research prize money
seems to have had a research based on deliberate fraud, an expert panel
August 2012 Sweden will
need over 100 000 new teachers in the coming years. But instead, more
teachers are leaving the profession because of what is being described
as "harsh working conditions and low wages."