On Saturday, 18th of May, the 5th Fascination of Plants Day was celebrated in Umeå with a public event.
A large grant from Kempe initiates a postdoctoral programme to stimulate bold structural biology research.
An American-Umeå team shows in PNAS a molecule that prevents resistance to antibiotic treating tuberculosis.
A study in Nature shows new global assessment of the planet’s remaining free-flowing rivers.
A study by CIRC in Nature Communications shows that CO2-emissions from Western Siberia lakes are high.
Kempe Foundations grants SEK 700,000 to world-class spectrophotometer for the Department of Physics.
New group leaders will conduct research on brain tumors, prostate cancer and antimicrobial resistance
The grass is always greener... or is it?
David Seekell, CIRC, receives 2019 Umeå municipality scientific prize for young researchers.
Marcus Klaus studies how forestry greenhouse gas emissions is reduced by buffer strips along streams.
Yaowen Wu, professor of biochemistry, has been awarded the Göran Gustafsson Prize in molecular biology.
Sixteen teams participated in the KBC Skidstafetten 2019, annual cross-country skiing relay arranged by KBC.
Physicist shows laser generated twin-electron and x-ray beams for filming electron motion in matter.
Ecologists present experimental evidence to date for alternative transient states of plant societys.
Mattias Lindh shows that the thickness of ultra-thin light-emitting plastics is important for brightness.
A helicase, Pfh1, can protect the genome from DNA obstacles and damages associated with cancer.
American Chemical Society's journal Biochemistry appoints Yaowen Wu as future top biochemistry researcher.
Researcher Linda Sandblad receives a grant for improving the accessibility of national infrastructures.
New study gives advice on how to mix the right tree species for tree production and other ecosystem services.
The engineering students from the Design-Build-Test course presented the innovative outcome of their projects
Ronnie Berntsson is one of five researchers in Sweden to receive a Swedish Foundations Starting Grant 2018.
The Swedish Research Council has granted a flavivirus project in a call within infection och antibiotics
The Wallenberg Centre for Molecular Medicine (WCMM) has recruited a new group leader in infection biology.
Climate change will affect Norway spruce and also bacteria and fungi that live in symbiosis with the tree.
Martina Kulén develops new types of antibiotics that do not kill bacteria, but only disarm them.
A team of researchers publish the genomes of two species of aspen trees.
A new dissertation shows that new technology can reduce emissions from sewage treatment plants.
Water color is getting darker in lakes across the planet. This phenomenon, known as “browning,” w...