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In 2008, the Oskar Klein Centre in Stockholm was founded to tackle the greatest problems in astrophysics and particle physics in an interdisciplinary manner. It is now celebrated as a rich and rewarding research environment that attracts internationally leading researchers, including Nobel laureate Frank Wilczek.
Karolina is in her second year of the Bachelor of Science in Physics programme. She is 24 years old and grew up in Botkyrka. "In the beginning, it can take some time to adjust and then it's good to think about what actually works and what study habits might be worth reviewing." She is studying Portuguese and plans to continue her studies in Brazil in the future.