Nobel Center Och Elekta Tillkannager Nytt Partnerskap
Swedish Press|March 2018

Nobel Center Och Elekta Tillkannager Nytt Partnerskap

Nobel Center kommer att bjuda på en omfattande verksamhet baserad på Nobelprisbelönade insatser och verk. Skolelever, turister, stockhol-mare och en intresserad allmänhet inspireras till att vilja vara med och bidra till en bättre värld i Alfreds Nobels anda. I februari 2018 blev det officiellt att Elekta blir det första företaget i en ny grupp av aktörer som stödjer den verksamhet som redan nu börjar växa fram. Elekta AB är ett svenskt företag som främst tillverkar strålkniven Leksell Gamma Knife för behandling av tumörer.

”Vetenskap, humanism och fredssträvan har, sedan Alfred Nobel skrev sitt testamente 1895, lett till nya upptäckter som ingen tidigare trodde var möjliga. Genom att stödja verksamheten i Nobel Center visar Elekta ett tydligt samhällsengagemang för de utåtriktade aktiviteter som skapas baserade på de insatser som Nobelpristagarna belönats för,” säger Lars Heikensten, vd för Nobelstiftelsen.

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