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A new thesis reveals how climate change can promote potentially dangerous bacteria in the Baltic Sea.
Accurate measuring is crucial when for example dosing medicines and handling dangerous gases.
Unique study provides snapshot of PFAS.
A thesis shows that senior meetings and fall prevention training are examples of such measures.
The Industrial Doctoral School projects provide important knowledge for the future.
The right tools are key to ensure investment decisions that reduce global emissions, new thesis shows.
PhD student Ionut Sebastian Mihai is affiliated with MIMS and Industrial Doctoral School and studies T cells.
They are awarded for the creation of a competence center for sustainable production of cement and quicklime.
Amanda Vikström receives The Swedish Flame Research Committee's prize for outstanding degree project.
Anjan Rao Puttige, Industrial Doctoral School, used the hospital as a case study in his dissertation.
Leane van Dijk from the Netherlands received a prize for the exam project she did at Umeå University.
The leaking substances that Sofie Björklund studied, PFAS, are very stable and do not break down in nature.
Jessica Gard Timmerfors, alumni from the Industrial Doctoral School, receives the Young Researcher´s Award.
What we eat as babies is of great importance for long-term health. But how do we make kids like veggies?
Mid-seminar means that you have come halfway in the research based on your research plan.
Johan Lidman shows in his dissertation that metals in water have negative effects on insect-eating birds.
CHECK brings together Umeå researchers and the largest Swedish industries in cement and quick lime production.
Focus at the workshop was research collaboration and boundaries between academia and the business community.
The first steps can be important to increase the yield from forest raw material, says Jessica Gard Timmerfors.
Majid studies the electro-peroxone process by which increased removal of pollutants in wastewater is achieved.