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New findings on the water-splitting reaction in photosystem II
Published: 17 Sep, 2020

Casper discusses in his thesis which water molecules that are the active ones and how this reaction proceeds.

A step towards better understanding of bacterial diseases
Published: 10 Sep, 2020

Chemists together with German researchers have captured and identified bacterial toxin target substrates.

Scientists tap novel technologies to see water as never before
Published: 04 Aug, 2020

Researchers redefine how the binding effect works at the nano level.

Collaboration award to pharmaceutical chemist
Published: 13 Mar, 2020

Professor Anna Linusson Jonsson receives the Faculty of Science and Technology's Collaboration award.

Researchers try new method to clean contaminated sediments
Published: 20 Feb, 2020

Researchers have been awarded SEK 4 million to test a new method for cleaning contaminated sediments.

The more the better – but few samples have their advantages
Published: 13 May, 2020

Frida Torell has studied how metabolite samples can be interpreted when there are only a few available.

New frames added to the molecular movie on how plants make oxygen
Published: 25 May, 2020

Scientists take steps towards capturing a molecular movie of how oxygen-oxygen bond formation occurs.

Continuing her career in the waste handling field
Published: 18 May, 2020

After graduation, Mar Edo keeps working on the waste management industry.

Attention to Umeå research on the World Tuberculosis Day
Published: 24 Mar, 2020

An international research group has investigated a strain of multi drug resistant tuberculosis from Ukraine.

Insights into muscle function enhance our understanding of heart disease
Published: 23 Mar, 2020

Research reveales how regulate muscle relaxation protein undergoes structural change in a critical phase.