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Welcome to Farad!

Editor-in-chief and Publisher: Sus Andersson

Phone: +46-70-953 0166

Address : Farad AB, Sörgårdsvägen 59, S-163 52 Spånga, Sweden

E-mail: Editorial office | Advertising department

PGP key >> is a news site focused on technology and environmental issues. Here you can read about science, innovations and applications - from nanotechnology to space exploration, in the service of humanity and as a risk factor. The aim is to deepen the debate on important social issues, originating in research policy and industry.

You will find new investigative reports on the web every week. In addition, a printed magazine is published four times a year.

Farad is under construction, and not everything is ready yet. If you have any comments: please do not hesitate to contact us! Not everything can be dealt with immediately, but your requests can help us prioritize further developments.

You are welcome to quote Farad´s news if you mention the source. It is not allowed to copy news in full.

If you want to tell the editor about some news, you can do so by sending us an e-mail. Just be aware that e-mails are like postcards; if you have sensitive information, not to be seen by a third party, use snail mail at the address below.

Farad’s advertisement agency,, uses cookies to identify visitors. A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer. The file contains just text, and it can only be read by The information in this file is used by if you place an order with one of our advertisers, and shows if you have seen their ad at No other information about you, your behaviour on the net or your computer's content is stored. You can choose to reject cookies in your browser; you will still be able to see the ads, but records showing that you have seen them will not be saved. Learn more about cookies at the website of Post- och Telestyrelsen.

The name Farad comes from the electrical unit farad, which measures the amount of charge in a capacitor. It is in turn named after the British physicist and chemist Michael Faraday. He came from a poor background and had very little formal schooling. He was driven by his curiosity to explore the world, and during the early 1800s he had an enormous influence on the development of physics and electrical theory. He eventually became a member of the British Royal Society.

See you around!

Sus Andersson
Editor-in-chief and Publisher

Sus Anderson has extensive experience as a science and technology reporter. She has worked as a reporter and editor at Swedens largest technology magazine, Ny Teknik, the science department of the Swedish Broadcasting Corporation, as well as the science sections of the newspapers Svenska Dagbladet and Metro.
She is a member of the Swedish Press Council and involved in issues of press freedom through the Swedish Union of Journalists.
In her spare time she plays the trumpet in Märta and the Cadillacs.

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