Nils Ringertz

Bookable premises at KI Campus Solna with 50-90 seats

Floor 3 in Biomedicum with seats for 48 participants.

Equipment

HDMI / VGA + mini tele for audio
Projectors with screen (present 2 sources simultaneously)
3 wireless headset microphones
1 wireless handheld microphone
Document camera
Speakers
Touch screen room controller
Wi-Fi

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Nils Ringertz (1932-2002) was a professor in medical cell genetics and established the Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, which he was chairing 1988-1996.

He was member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and the Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet. During the years 1992-1999 he was the Secretary of the Nobel Committee.

He initiated the Nobel Foundation’s on-line museum, the Nobel e-Museum, which was instrumental for attracting a wider audience for the work of the Nobel Foundation.

He was Editor-in-Chief of the journal Experimental Cell Research from 1987 to 1997. His research was focusing on gene activation and stimulation of quiescent cells to enter the cell cycle using a wide variety of methodologies, including pioneering use of heterokaryons as an experimental model.

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