Information for students, faculty and staff regarding COVID-19. (Updated: 4 June 2020)
Europe is facing a crossroads in 2019, including European Parliament elections and the formal implementation of Brexit.
But as Europeans, do we choose to move towards a stronger and greater community, or will more countries follow in Britain's path and leave the European project for a more nationalistic and populist agenda? Perhaps the future consists of a united Europe, though with countries that are integrated at different rates and cooperate at various levels?
In order to contribute with scientific facts and improve the image of the developments, Umeå University is placing a special focus on the situation in Europe and how the future looks for the EU and its citizens.
According to Maria Nilsson, illness due to climate change is already a fact for Swedes and Europeans.
Johan Hellström says the May election can turn the balance of power in the Europe's most important parliament.
There are signs that the last, so-called religious wave, is changing.
Stefan Jansson, professor of plant physiology, believes it's an ideal time to make legal changes.
AI research at Umeå University is partly specialised in ethics and social affairs.
A growing problem in Europe is that individuals handle harmful substances.
How the Iranian image of Europe has changed according to Professor Mohammad Fazlhashemi.
Erasmus+ offers students good chances to study a term abroad in another European country.
Katarina Gregersdotter is part of an EU project studying the formation of Europe's cultural identity.