Information for students, faculty and staff regarding COVID-19. (Updated: 17 September 2020)
The results show a very low prevalence of COVID-19 at the start of the semester, and no increase.
Sweden's so far biggest COVID-19 study has now been completed. Thousands of students and staff participated.
The European Commission has granted 6.8 Million Euro to the project SHARE-Covid-19.
Chemists together with German researchers have captured and identified bacterial toxin target substrates.
River scientists report detailed measurements of sediment movement and water level in an ice-covered river.
Umeå University has 37 exchange places left for students interested in studying outside of Europe.
Permafrost thaw due to anthropogenic climate warming may convert peatlands into a net source of warming.
Martin Kulldorff is professor at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston.
Researchers redefine how the binding effect works at the nano level.
The research project Responsible Artificial INtelligence (RAIN) is supported with a SEK 1,500,000 grant.
Plant roots stimulate microbial decomposition and increases greenhouse gas emission from thawing permafrost.
A minor grant opens the door for national collaboration between young group leaders at WCMM and SciLifeLab.
Demand for holiday cottages never seems to dwindle. Right now it's at record levels.
Tourism has been hit hard by Covid-19. But it will come back. Perhaps already this summer in Västerbotten.
Researchers will investigate if a medicine for prostate cancer also can have effect on COVID-19.
A research team has provided the mechanistic insight into protein co-aggregation in Alzheimer’s disease.
150,000 diligently working bees and their queens Vilhelmina, Dorotea and Fredrika make up Campus Bigården.
Bastian Schiffthaler has improved the genome information from aspen and developed bioinformatic tools.
Researchers have mapped environmental factors leading to whitefish dividing into different "sibling species".