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Profiles and Features

“Important to keep things going  and motivate the students"
“Important to keep things going and motivate the students"

Chemistry instructor William Siljebo thinks it's important to help the students with study techinques.

Technology to enable intelligent embedded systems
Technology to enable intelligent embedded systems

Tomas Nordström, professor of Intelligent Embedded Systems is studying advanced learning computer systems.

Socially intelligent systems in collaboration with humans
Socially intelligent systems in collaboration with humans

Helena Lindgren's research comprises basic research in AI and applications for increased health.

Chemistry that turns biomass into petrol
Chemistry that turns biomass into petrol

Jyri-Pekka Mikkola's research group have invented renewable petrol. Can they put the system into production?

Maps to explore the information space
Maps to explore the information space

Martin Rosvall is professor of theoretical physics with a specialization in computational science

"Ask others how things are going and take walks outside"
"Ask others how things are going and take walks outside"

Jakob Ljungkvist is enrolled in the media and communication studies programme and is studying remotely.

Full list of Profiles and Features

Decreased efficiency in a complex food web
Dissolved organic carbon makes the food web less efficient. What controls this?
Published: 20 Nov, 2019
To the bottom with thiamin deficiency
Changes in the phytoplankton community may explain why vitamin deficiency occurs among top predators.
Published: 20 Nov, 2019
Digging deep into food web functions
Climate change makes the marine food web less effective. EcoChange studies this phenomena.
Published: 20 Nov, 2019
Adaptable pike
The ability to adapt to changing conditions might save the pike in the Baltic.
Published: 20 Nov, 2019
Small, unique pike populations
Pike populations help us understand climate change adaption.
Published: 20 Nov, 2019
Pharmaceutical residues widespread in the Baltic Sea
Pharmaceutical residues are widespread in sea water. Researchers find a mix of medicines.
Published: 19 Nov, 2019
From research to implementation
Åke Bengtsson, board member of EcoChange, sees the important coupling between research and implementation.
Published: 14 Nov, 2019
Genetic technology for the future
CRISPR-Cas9: Emmanuelle Charpentier's breakthroughs.
Published: 30 Sep, 2019
UID19 – Design making a difference
Follow the students journey during this year's grad show, UID19 Design Talks & Degree Show.
Published: 19 Jun, 2019
Sherry researches snow leopards in remote Kyrgyz mountains
In the Kyrgyz mountains, Sherry Young, former master's student in Umeå, researches snow leopards.
Published: 04 Jun, 2019
Thomas Borén Erasmus+ financed exchange program
There are many positive and colourful outcomes of an Erasmus+ financed exchange program.
Published: 04 Jun, 2019
Successful start for Arcum supported science tour
Interview with Jonas Ericson after the first event in Luleå.
Published: 16 May, 2019
Alma Livingstone
Alma Livingstone is currently enrolled in the Master's Programme in Crisis Management and Peacebuilding.
Published: 14 May, 2019
Felipe Cava
Felipe Cava wants to learn more about the small and complex microbes.
Published: 14 May, 2019
Yannick Stephan
Yannick Stephan is currently enrolled in the Master's Programme in Political Science at Umeå University.
Published: 13 May, 2019