Physics is the science of how nature works at the most fundamental level, from the smallest blocks of matter and the fundamental forces, to the largest structures in the universe. Physics uses mathematics to describe experimental results, which in turn confirm or refute the theories presented. Theories can be used to make new predictions, e.g., the properties of newly developed materials. Physics is often the basis for new inventions, such as the refrigerator, the transistor, and the tv.
SSF supports a hydrogen research centre led by KTH and including Umeå researchers.
The key agent is graphene oxide. The authors have applied for patent for the method to prepare dispersions.
The unexpected ecological pattern is the conclusion of a study about biodiversity in competitive environments.
Umeå physicists are the first to show high stability of the porous nanomaterial COF-1.
Umeå Physicists show environmental friendy alternatives for efficient light-emitting electrochemical cells.
Entangle: Physics and the Artistic Imagination, a new book from Bildmuseet.
Scientists meet at Umeå University to discuss renewable energy and to test drive a hydrogen car.
Space physicists at Umeå University develop measuring instruments for the spaceship Comet Interceptor.
Kempe Foundations grants SEK 700,000 to world-class spectrophotometer for the Department of Physics.
Mattias Lindh shows that the thickness of ultra-thin light-emitting plastics is important for brightness.
Joins forest industry with academy to create digital solutions for sustainable bioeconomy.