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Li Zhao has studied marine microorganisms to find out how they react to climate change.
A Ferrybox enables water measurements every minute on research vessel KBV 181.
Learn more about the flora and fauna around you with guided excursions on campus.
Symposium gathered researchers from different fields to talk about digitalisation and clime change.
"CU4 a Life Science Shake-Up" meeting took place on 7-8 February 2023 in Sollefteå
Caroline Blomquist receives the Faculty of Science and Technology's pedagogical prize.
The conference encourages researchers to network and initiate interdisciplinary collaborations.
The collaboration with the researcher started through the South Africa - Sweden University Forum, SASUF.
KBC celebrated its 15th anniversary with a scientific conference with many interactive opportunities
Between 2003 and 2019 almost a fourth of Sweden's last old unprotected natural forests have disappeared.
Information flows, the research infrastructures are important and the “we-feeling” is growing stronger at KBC.
Master’s students in environmental science have worked on how Umeå University can become more sustainable.
Researchers from Umeå University, SLU and Algeria have found bacteria in previously unexplored caves.
When permafrost melts greenhouse gas emission from arctic lakes increase, as quantified in a new study.
The period of ice-cover and subsequent ice-melt is important for understanding CO2 emission from arctic lakes.
Maria Hamrin, docent in space plasma physics, is chair of the Swedish Space Scientists' Collaboration Group.
The pollen trap is located on a roof on campus. Data is reported to the Swedish Museum of Natural History.
Researchers present 28 ecological regulation scenarios with environmental benefits on electricity production.
Staff at Umeå Marine Sciences Centre have gained certificates for diving down to a depth of 30 meters.
Global warming, acidification recovery and changes in land use caused warming and browning of northern lakes.
A private individual has chosen to bequeath two million kronor to climate research at Umeå University.
Social sustainability is in focus when students challenge the university’s sustainability measures.
Today, World Antimicrobial Awareness Week kicks off and MIMS launches a series of articles.
Per Stenberg receives a grant of almost 16 million SEK for research on the role of forests in climate change.
Honeybees and wood-living insects has been in focus during Erasmus practice.
In April, Gothenburg bursts with popular science activities. Natuschka Lee will give a lecture on pollinators
More environmentally friendly flows in regulated rivers only lead to small losses in hydropower production.
School pupils begin the Pollen Hunt and the Pollination week is dedicated to pollinating insects.
Genetic variation in spruce does not differ significantly between cultivated and old forest in Västerbotten.
Guest professor Julian D. Olden will focus his research on sustainable life along Vindelälven.