About the Karolinska Institute
The Karolinska Institute (Karolinska Institutet) is located in Stockholm and is Sweden´s largest centre for medical training and research. It was founded in 1810.
The Karolinska Institute is famous for the giving out of Nobel prizes in the fields of physiology or medicine. It has been handling the awards since 1895, and handed out the first Nobel award in 1901.
The Karolinska Institute Sweden itself has received four Nobel prizes these being given to Theorell (1955), Granit (1967), von Euler (1970) and shared by Bergstrom and Samuelsson (1985). It is a member of the League of European Research Universities.
The Karolinska Institute ranking is 6th in Europe. Other colleges and universities in Sweden include, Uppsala University, Lund University, Stockholm University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, University of Gothenburg, Umea University, and Chalmers University of Technology.
Karolinska Institute Address
Solnavägen 1, Solna, Alfred Nobels Allé 8, Huddinge.
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Karolinska Institute Ranking, Address and Facts
Motto: To improve human health
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