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National school for cancer research to be started in Umeå

In spring 2025 Umeå University will start a new cancer research school that is unique in Sweden.

En skogsmaskin kör över hinder på en grusplan.
The world's first AI-controlled forest machine trained in Umeå

The AI system has been developed on a supercomputer in several million training steps.

Oliver BillkerProfessor vid Institutionen för molekylärbiologiEnhet: Grupp Oliver BillkerAnknuten som forskare till Molekylär Infektionsmedicin, Sverige (MIMS)Roll: Föreståndare
Insight into the life of the malaria parasite could lead to new drugs

Oliver Billker studies 5000 genes of malaria parasite in fight against one of the world’s deadliest diseases.

Josephine stands next to a whilte board with post-its and topics displayed in boxes.
IceLab kickoff conference propels stress response research

Kickoffen för Stress Response Modeling vid IceLab den 10-11 juni innebar en lovande start för det nya centret.

Anna Jonsson, universitetslektor i datavetenskap, har långt hår och glasögon. Hon står i en grönskande utemiljö, och håller i sitt diplom.
Department of Computing Science once again rewarded for its educational efforts

Anna Jonsson, Docent in Computing Science, receives the student's prize for educational efforts.

Exteriör av bygget av det nya tentamenshuset.
New building to connect Umeå University campus

A brand-new building that will bring examination activities to the main Umeå University campus.

En man i halvfigur med experimentutrustning i bakgrunden.
New way to study how proteins move

Breakthrough in research enables more experiments than ever before on vital processes inside cells.

Umeå University's Arctic Five Chairs Announced

Umeå university has received five new Arctic Five Chairs 2024-2026.

Manlig patient som har konsultation med läkare.
Sjöberg Foundation millions for prostate cancer project

A project for more efficient treatment for aggressive prostate cancer gets SEK 21 million in funding,