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The end of the television - Will the digital wall revolutionize our homes?
The end of the television - Will the digital wall revolutionize our homes?

Morteza Abdipour has studied how the digital wall might influence how we arrange our future households.

Adolescent perspectives on AI
Adolescent perspectives on AI

Students from a local school and Umeå researchers contributed to a global study led by UNICEF.

Advantageous preparation of movement via independent control of muscle sensors
Advantageous preparation of movement via independent control of muscle sensors

A novel function of the preparatory neural activity, highlights another mechanism the nervous system use.

Small-scale X-rays challenge the large electron accelerators
Small-scale X-rays challenge the large electron accelerators

Physicist László Veisz, significantly reduces the divergence of laser-driven X-ray radiation

A better understanding of how soil carbon is distributed in the Arctic
A better understanding of how soil carbon is distributed in the Arctic

Two new studies emphasize the variability of soil organic carbon in the Arctic permafrost region.

A new way to uncover targets for future antibiotics
A new way to uncover targets for future antibiotics

Maria Fällman and Kemal Avican made their idea into a interdisciplinary project together with Icelab.

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The end of the television - Will the digital wall revolutionize our homes?
Published: 03 Mar, 2021

Morteza Abdipour has studied how the digital wall might influence how we arrange our future households.

Adolescent perspectives on artificial intelligence
Published: 02 Mar, 2021

Students from a local school and Umeå researchers contributed to a global study led by UNICEF.

Advantageous preparation of movement via independent control of muscle sensors
Published: 26 Feb, 2021

A novel function of the preparatory neural activity, highlights another mechanism the nervous system use.

Small-scale X-rays challenge the large electron accelerators
Published: 26 Feb, 2021

Physicist László Veisz, significantly reduces the divergence of laser-driven X-ray radiation

A better understanding of how soil carbon is distributed in the Arctic
Published: 25 Feb, 2021

Two new studies emphasize the variability of soil organic carbon in the Arctic permafrost region.

Finding a new way to uncover targets for future antibiotics
Published: 23 Feb, 2021

Maria Fällman and Kemal Avican made their idea into a interdisciplinary project together with Icelab.

Distribution of vertebrates redefines temperate and cold climate regions
Published: 18 Feb, 2021

Umeå researchers establish climate regions based on vertebrates' distribution in a new study in eLife.

Robots in a group that can be trusted and understood
Published: 17 Feb, 2021

Umeå researchers study groups of robots that interact with each other and groups of people.

Dean, Deputy Dean and one Associate Dean
Published: 16 Feb, 2021

Dean, Deputy Dean and one Associate Dean appointed at the Faculty of Medicine, for the next term of office.

The Swedish Research Council asks researchers about research data management
Published: 15 Feb, 2021

The Swedish Research Council invite researchers to participate in a survey about research data management.

Research improves efficiency of small-scale cloud datacentres
Published: 15 Feb, 2021

Chanh Nguyen has developed methods to improve the efficiency of so-called Mobile Edge Clouds..

Architect receives pedagogical award
Published: 15 Feb, 2021

James Benedict Brown receives the Faculty of Science and Tecnology's pedagogical award.

Worsened quality of life for people with impaired sense of smell
Published: 12 Feb, 2021

Losing your sense of smell, for instance as a result of COVID-19, can cause a number of problems.

“The industry also needs academia”
Published: 12 Feb, 2021

CHECK brings together Umeå researchers and the largest Swedish industries in cement and quick lime production.

Female MIMS scientists reflect on gender
Published: 11 Feb, 2021

Today we celebrate International Day of Women in Science and draw attention to inequalities in academia.