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.
SSF supports a hydrogen research centre led by KTH and including Umeå researchers.
SciLifeLab and Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation funds 6 projects focusing on combating the corona.
Professor Anna Linusson Jonsson receives the Faculty of Science and Technology's Collaboration award.
Researchers have been awarded SEK 4 million to test a new method for cleaning contaminated sediments.
The initiative Digital Impact North is based on strong growth in AI, autonomous systems and software
Dominic Vachon receives the award for his research on greenhouse gases in inland waters.
Frida Torell has studied how metabolite samples can be interpreted when there are only a few available.
Algoryx has been awarded for implementation of industry grade physics simulation in Unreal Engine.
Helena increases knowledge about preschool teacher's ability to follow pupils' mathematics learning.
The gym will be open year-round for students, staff and the general public, and is free of charge.
Jean Claude Nzayisenga validates method to analyse lipid, carbohydrate and protein content of microalgae.
UPSC study show that genetically modified wood have a higher energy yield for the production of biofuels.
Chanaka Mannapperuma has developed user-friendly bioinformatics tools for plant biologists.
Professor Giovanni Forchini, Department of Economics is awarded the USBE Pedagogical Prize of 2020.
This spring everything is different but definitely not without a celebration of your graduation.