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Meet Frida Lawenius: Director General Of SwedenBIO

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With over 300 members involved in all aspects of the life sciences, SwedenBIO's ongoing mission is to make the country’s sector as visible as possible while ensuring each member's interests are being met. The non-profit recently welcomed Frida Lawenius as its Director General and, in a Q&A, she told In Vivo that one of the most pressing challenges facing the sector is recruiting the talent needed to keep up with its growth.

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