Matti Sällberg

The Nobel Prize-awarding institute lost decades of research due to a breakdown

Between the 22nd and 23rd, Matti Sällberg, dean of the southern campus of KI, said on Monday: “This happened at the worst possible time in Sweden, the day before Christmas Eve.” “These were samples that were the subject of extensive research and were planned to be used for further studies,” said Sällberg. Sällberg also added that an official assessment of the value of the lost samples has not yet been made, but he stated that it can easily be said to be in the millions. Sällberg said, “There are currently no indications that this was caused by external influence, but a police report has been prepared to consider all possibilities.”

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