Four-stranded DNA associated with the onset of cancer can be detected with a fluorescent molecule.
Jonas Jäder has in his thesis studied some of the components that are valuable for students' problem solving.
UPSC Researchers demonstrate that death of certain cells in the root facilitate growth of lateral roots
In his thesis, Fu Xu contributes to new knowledge about the factors that modulate tRNA-biogenesis.
AI can help – as well as hinder – sustainable development worldwide.
To stimulate sustainable travel students get interrail cards to get to their study destinations abroad.
Climate change will affect Norway spruce and also bacteria and fungi that live in symbiosis with the tree.
On Saturday 15 December, Nobel laureate Denis Mukwege will hold a special lecture in Aula Nordica.
Kevin Vikström shows that a decrease in nutrient salts, and growth, does not reduce oxygen consumption.
Chunli Yan is designing systems to how clinical decision support systems can be developed.
Amardeep Mehta developed methods to optimally allocate resources to "Mobile Edge Clouds".
Annelie Lagesson shows that small bottom-dwelling organisms are the largest recipients of drug residues.
Martina Kulén develops new types of antibiotics that do not kill bacteria, but only disarm them.
Injuries of radiation therapy against cancer can be orevented by blocking the activity of a plasma protein.
Christoffel Kuenen suggests that the services provided by social media are not designed for being together.
A report that surveys AI and its use within various sectors in Sweden has now been published.
A new dissertation shows that new technology can reduce emissions from sewage treatment plants.
Abdominal obesity is seven times more common among women than among men in Indonesia's rural area.
Virigina Dignum, Computing Science, is one of the new professors within the WASP project.
In his dissertation, Ramin Ghorbani presents a novel methodology for the analysis of real-time breath data.
Thirteen researchers study the history of field research institutions, from the 17th century and onward.