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Design-Build-Test course - future engineers solve future problems
Design-Build-Test course - future engineers solve future problems

The engineering students from the Design-Build-Test course presented the innovative outcome of their projects

New formal methods for natural language processing
New formal methods for natural language processing

Computers represents the semantic meaning of a sentence by graphs. These graphs can be made more explicit.

 Moon Eclipse -time!
Moon Eclipse -time!

If you would like to see the moon eclipse through a telescope, come visit us at Umevatoriet Monday morning!

Lectures by Corinna Cortés, Head of Google Research
Lectures by Corinna Cortés, Head of Google Research

Corinna Cortés, Head of Google Research, will be one of the lecturers at the Winter Conference in Statistics.

Responsible AI take lead in Europe
Responsible AI take lead in Europe

"We will integrate ethical and societal concerns into the design of AI systems."

A molecular switch for stopping inflammation
A molecular switch for stopping inflammation

A component has been identified as a novel regulator that can deactivate the immune system.

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More knowledge about respiration to understand oxygen-free seabeds
Published: 22 Nov, 2018

Kevin Vikström shows that a decrease in nutrient salts, and growth, does not reduce oxygen consumption.

Computer systems help healthcare staff make the right diagnosis
Published: 22 Nov, 2018

Chunli Yan is designing systems to how clinical decision support systems can be developed.

Effective data processing in the decentralised cloud infrastructure of the future
Published: 22 Nov, 2018

Amardeep Mehta developed methods to optimally allocate resources to "Mobile Edge Clouds".

Drug residues make bottom-dwelling animals walking pills
Published: 22 Nov, 2018

Annelie Lagesson shows that small bottom-dwelling organisms are the largest recipients of drug residues.

Developing molecules that disarm Listeria and Chlamydia bacteria
Published: 22 Nov, 2018

Martina Kulén develops new types of antibiotics that do not kill bacteria, but only disarm them.

Can elections be won on Instagram?
Published: 21 Nov, 2018

Jenny Madestam was a speaker today at DIGSUM’s symposium on "Digitalisation, democracy and participation".

Guest lecture by Charles Ess
Published: 21 Nov, 2018

Charles Ess visits DIGSUM's and HUMlab's PhD course "Digital Research"

Blockage of protein a possible way to obstruct injuries to radiation therapy
Published: 20 Nov, 2018

Injuries of radiation therapy against cancer can be orevented by blocking the activity of a plasma protein.

Is task-driven social media falling short in stimulating human relations?
Published: 15 Nov, 2018

Christoffel Kuenen suggests that the services provided by social media are not designed for being together.

Taking the pulse of AI in Sweden
Published: 08 Nov, 2018

A report that surveys AI and its use within various sectors in Sweden has now been published.

All genes of the Aspen tree mapped (at last)
Published: 30 Oct, 2018

A team of researchers publish the genomes of two species of aspen trees.

Ageing, materials science and sustainability on the agenda in Tokyo
Published: 29 Oct, 2018

Common research interests and challenges were discussed in Tokyo.

Large amounts of antimicrobial substances in Swedish sewage treatment plants
Published: 29 Oct, 2018

A new dissertation shows that new technology can reduce emissions from sewage treatment plants.

Abdominal obesity common among women in rural Indonesia
Published: 24 Oct, 2018

Abdominal obesity is seven times more common among women than among men in Indonesia's rural area.

New professor with focus on ethical and societal impact of AI
Published: 22 Oct, 2018

Virigina Dignum, Computing Science, is one of the new professors within the WASP project.