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Offline snorre

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also very interresting from bionor

http://www.bionorpharma.com/en/Vaccines_+_technology/Video/

use version 16 minuter

in adition

http://www.bionorpharma.com/en/News/2013/Financial/Capital+Markets+Day+14+June.b7C_wlvI2z.ips

study this side and jou will discover the relation between bionor and lars østergaard (the denish sciens group)

Hope your will find this interresting
all the best
snorre norway

Offline Matts

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It's a real Scandinavian "clique". :) But they really have a lot of interesting research: Karolinska-Institutet, Bionor, Lauras AS and many others. I am curious what Dr. Ostergaard will tell the world on IAS in July.

By the way, did You already know that the poor US pays the overwhelming prosperity in Northern Europe ? :)

http://mobile.nytimes.com/blogs/opinionator/2013/05/29/why-cant-america-be-sweden/?from=opinion
tivicay/kivexa

Offline Jmarksto

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I am curious what Dr. Ostergaard will tell the world on IAS in July.

I couldn't find Ostergaard (or Aarhus University) in the IAS programme directory, which includes late breaker listings. 
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Offline Skydrake

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It's a real Scandinavian "clique". :) But they really have a lot of interesting research: Karolinska-Institutet, Bionor, Lauras AS and many others. I am curious what Dr. Ostergaard will tell the world on IAS in July.

By the way, did You already know that the poor US pays the overwhelming prosperity in Northern Europe ? :)

http://mobile.nytimes.com/blogs/opinionator/2013/05/29/why-cant-america-be-sweden/?from=opinion

By the way, consider only this phrase:

The three authors make the case that the interconnected world economy has reached what they call an “asymmetric equilibrium” in which the United States “adopts a ‘cutthroat’ reward structure, with high-powered incentives for success, while other countries free-ride on this frontier economy and choose a more egalitarian, ‘cuddly,’ reward structure.”

What equilibrium?

Look at the US import/export deficit, especially with China.
« Last Edit: June 17, 2013, 05:29:23 PM by Skydrake »

 


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