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The Swedish Research Council is moving to a new address

We are now starting the move to our new office at Hanverkargatan 11B in Stockholm. We will still be located in the centre – from the Central Station, it is a 10 minute walk to the new office.

During May, there will quite a lot of removal work going on, and it is therefore difficult for us to receive visitors, but you can of course reach us by telephone, post and our digital channels. On 1 June we open the new office at Hantverkargatan 11B, and you are very welcome to visit us again.

Our visiting address is changing, but the postal address will remain the same.

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