About this website
The overarching mission of Karolinska Institutet's university library is to give support to KI's core activities, i.e. medical research and education. This mission also applies to the library's website, the purpose of which is to create favourable conditions for research and learning at KI by offering contextual support for the users' work and needs.
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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
In order to make you feel safe with how we process your personal information, we have clarified our policy in accordance with the EU Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
When we process your personal information, you have certain rights. This means that you can get information about when and how we process your personal data. You can also ask us at any time to delete your data.
For more information, see Processing of personal data.
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