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8 February, 2022New life science initiative on campus Solna
In February, the renovation of the property Fysiologen will begin as part of the life science initiative being conducted at Karolinska Institutet and Hagastaden. The building will be an attractive and modern office environment and laboratory for new operators working in medicine and health and is expected to be completed in 2023.
8 February, 2022New co-working environment opens at Campus Flemingsberg
A Working Lab is expanding its activity with a new hub for co-working and shared laboratory environments at Alfred Nobels Allé 10, which is scheduled to open in the spring of 2022. Students, researchers and university employees will be able to meet here and find ways to collaborate and innovate within the field of life science.
28 January, 2022Entrance to Solna campus closes in March
In March 2022, the Solnavägen entrance to the KI campus will be closed off as work starts on the new metro station.
3 November, 2021The changing of name on the Retzius lecture hall
On Wednesday, November 3, the name change was executed on what was previously called the Retzius Hall. This is a consequence of the decision on names on Campus Solna that KI President Ole Petter Ottersen made on the day before.
2 November, 2021President of KI decides on naming on Campus Solna
Following a thorough investigation and the collation of an internal survey, the president of Karolinska Institutet (KI), Professor Ole Petter Ottersen, has today decided to change the names of one of the university’s halls, propose name changes for one building and two roads on Campus Solna, and amend the naming principles.
25 October, 2021Solar cells on campus helping to reduce climate impact
As many as six photovoltaic power installations have now been put into operation on campus Solna. The installations are located on the roofs of, among others, Widerströmska huset, A Working Lab Innomedicum and the Berzelius Laboratory. Together, the solar cells cover an area of approximately 2,100 square metres and provide the campus area with renewable energy.
23 August, 2021Karolinska Institutet welcomes students to a new term
In a week, the autumn term will begin and Karolinska Institutet welcomes back both new and returning students to campus.