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Sweden backs life sciences with $326m

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The Swedish government is to invest SEK11.49 billion ($1.75 billion) in research and innovation over the next four years, with SEK2.14 billion ($326 million) of that earmarked for life sciences. The prime minister Fredrik Reinfeldt announced details of the forthcoming research and innovation bill on a visit to SciLifeLab, a centre that brings together life science research from four Swedish universities, which is to see its funding doubled over the period.



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