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.
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
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 wondersTuesday, 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.
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.