Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation
Nobel laureate in Chemistry 2020 Emmanuelle Charpentier
SEK 3.7 billion for research in life science and data-driven life science
To be able to run away from danger or creep up on prey, it is essential that our muscles perform the right movement, at the right speed, at the right time. With the help of zebrafish, researchers at Karolinska Institutet are now delving deep into the neural processes involved in the control of movement. In the longer term, the research may contribute to new therapies for spinal injuries and neuromuscular diseases.
MAX IV is a Swedish national facility where researchers can analyze materials at atomic level,thanks to some of the most powerful synchrotron X-rays in the world.
Quality of political institutions, trust, and corruption. These concepts form the basis for Wallenberg Scholar Bo Rothstein’s research. At the Quality of Government Institute, founded by Rothstein, researchers are attempting to define corruption and identify methods of combating it.