LIFE SCIENCE RESEARCH
gives us better quality of life and health. It is both an international and dynamic field in which the research environments at Flemingsberg have quickly made a name for themselves. Such research finds its practical application at Karolinska University Hospital, one of the largest Nordic university hospitals. Rarely has the leap from research breakthrough to better healthcare and improved quality of life been shorter.
Today, Flemingsberg is an important part of the world-leading research being done in the Stockholm Uppsala Life-Science belt. At Flemingsberg, the Karolinska Institutet, the Royal Institute of Technology and Södertörn University work with public institutions to create the optimum conditions for research and development. The next step in the march forward will be the development of BioCity, a unique locale where researchers, students and healthcare staff will work side-by-side on future breakthroughs. Flemingsberg is today’s center of expertise for research and development.
KAROLINSKA UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
employs around 15,000 staff and is home to approximately 2,100 researchers, more than 190 of whom defend doctoral theses each year. BioCity will cover an area of around 750,000 square feet and include healthcare, research and education facilities.