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The Fascination of Plants Day is celebrated at Curiosum

On Saturday, 21st of May,UPSC arranging a day filled with knowledge and interactive activities around plants.

The gut microbiota protects against viral infections by keeping the immune system alert

Researchers from Umeå, Stockholm and Gothenburg universities publish new findings in the journal Immunity.

Reveals the technology behind a space instrument built to study Jupiter

The instrument will measure ions and electrons in the Jupiter system aboard a European spacecraft.

USBE PRME report 2022

Bi-annual report on USBE:s work on sustainability.

Umeå chemist is awarded the Karl Freundenberg Prize

André Mateus' Nature article is awarded 10,000 euros, and the ceremony takes place in Heidelberg on 21 May.

Computers can revise past conclusions with AI

PhD Timotheus Kampik shows mathematical reasoning methods for autonomous intelligent systems.

SEK 5 million to support Ukrainian researchers

Umeå University is earmarking SEK five million on welcoming Ukrainian researchers fleeing the war.

3D optical imaging of the human pancreas in disease

Autofluorescence as a 3D tool provides option for therapies for pancreatic related pathologies,

Student visions of mobility shown at Guggenheim

Four grad projects from Umeå Institute of Design are shown at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao.

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The professor who sees that anything is possible

Per Lindqvist is the professor who is driven by his curiosity to understand everything a little better

It's OK to have heart palpitations and get short of breath

Reproductive and sexual health in women and men with congenital heart disease is a fairly unexplored area.

AI technology - on the rise in medicine

Jenny Persson, Professor, sees great opportunities for AI in the field of medicine.