A study of steady support for innovation.

Situated on the outskirts of Stockholm, the Karolinska Institute – one of Sweden’s largest centres for medicine, accounting for 30% of its medical training and 40% of its research – is rated 42nd top university in the world and number one in the Nordic regions, according to the Times Higher Education 2013 rankings. It is also home to the committee which appoints the laureates the Nobel prize in physiology or medicine.

The university has evolved an innovation system consisting of…

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