Information for students, faculty and staff regarding COVID-19. (Updated: 17 September 2020)

Skip to content
printicon

Biological sciences

Biology is the natural scientific study of life, living organisms and the processes of life. The subject of biology is complex and comprises many branches and disciplines.

Repotage

Means of terrorism become more poisonous
Means of terrorism become more poisonous

A growing problem in Europe is that individuals handle harmful substances.

Infrastucture

Biogeochemical Analytical Facility (BAF)
The instrument facility for biogeochemical analyses at KBC and EMG
Flow@CliMi
Flow cytometry enables simultaneously analysis of cell surface bound as well as intracellular proteins and RNA expression on a single cell basis. I...
Research subject: Biological sciences
Integrated Science Lab (Icelab)
Integrated Science Lab, Icelab, seeks to be a hub for communication and collaboration in the life sciences at Umeå University. We take a modelling...
Marine analyses
Biological and chemical analyses of marine samples.

News

Anxiolytics in lakes gives calming news
Anxiolytics in lakes gives calming news

Johan's thesis shows that pharmaceuticals can be surprisingly persistent in northern environments.

Seismic signals allow researchers to see under river ice
Seismic signals allow researchers to see under river ice

River scientists report detailed measurements of sediment movement and water level in an ice-covered river.

Plant roots increase carbon emission
Plant roots increase carbon emission

Plant roots stimulate microbial decomposition and increases greenhouse gas emission from thawing permafrost.

Big or small fish for harvesting? Effects of ontogenetic habitat shifts and bottlenecks in recruitment
Duration 1 January 2020 until 31 December 2022
Type of project Research project
Climate impact on phosphorus biogeochemistry in the Arctic tundra - a key to understanding ecosystem changes
Duration 1 January 2020 until 31 December 2023
Type of project Research project
Modellering av strukturen hos DNA i tre dimensioner
Duration 1 September 2019 until 1 September 2024
Type of project Research project
Adaptive strategies of Arctic prokaryotes at extremely low growth rates
Research subject: Biological sciences
Duration 1 June 2019 until 30 May 2021
Type of project Research project

Research groups