Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation 100 Years
SEK 150 million in Jubilee Donation to Science Centers

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More about the jubilee

Hoping to crack the mysteries of DNA code

This would pave the way to understand how genes are expressed, and would ultimately explain the occurrence of cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Measuring molecular fingerprints

Wallenberg Academy Fellow Aleksandra Foltynowicz-Matyba is using new technology to develop instruments capable of detecting greenhouse gases in the atmosphere or signs of disease in exhaled air.

Using bioelectronics to suppress inflammation

Wallenberg Academy Fellow Peder Olofsson believes in the potential offered by electrical nerve stimulation as an alternative way of treating inflammatory diseases.