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Radio Sweden Wednesday

Published onsdag 7 februari 2007 kl 13.07
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The Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate wants UN inspectors to investigate security breaches at Sweden’s power plants.

Step aside Dolly, there’s a new scientific wonder in Scotland.  A Swedish company is set to build the world’s first stem cell factory in Dundee.

And after heavy snows put the country’s biggest ever winter event on hold, Sweden’s Alpine Queen Anja Pärsson made sure there was a golden beginning when the World Alpine Skiing Championships up in Åre finally got underway on Tuesday. That, and more, when Dave Russell presents Sportscan.

Closing Music: Lisa Nilsson ”Himlen Runt Hörnet”

After a series of security breaches led to reactors being shut down at one of Sweden’s power plants, the Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate now wants UN inspectors to carry out an investigation there.

It’s also been revealed, that some of the problems which might have contributed to a serious failure last summer had been discovered months before.

Stepping into the future of biotechnology, a Swedish medical sciences company is creating the world’s first human stem cell factory. As our medical editor Gaby Katz reports, the mass production of stem cells from human embryos is a controversial but groundbreaking enterprise.

After heavy snows put the country’s biggest ever winter event on hold, Sweden’s Alpine Queen Anja Pärsson made sure there was a golden beginning when the World Alpine Skiing Championships up in Åre finally got underway on Tuesday. That, and more, when Dave Russell presents Sportscan.

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