U.S. Alumni Chapter presents Nobel Laureate Prof Martin Chalfie
Uppsala University U.S. Alumni Chapter invites you to the Fall Speaker Event 21 October featuring Nobel Prize Winner, Professor Martin Lee Chalfie.
This year’s winner of Skytte Prize to lecture in University Main Building
On Saturday 28 September, this year’s recipient of the Skytte Prize, Robert Axelrod at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and Department of...
Combining two tests can provide better asthma diagnosis
It was previously thought that the two test methods signalled the same type of asthma. But a new study, led by researchers at Uppsala University, S...
Researchers present largest-ever mapping of functional genetic variation
In collaboration with several European research institutes, researchers at Uppsala University are presenting today a map of genetic causes of diffe...
Game design students and researchers take part in Tokyo Game Show
Uppsala University and the Department of Game Design at Campus Gotland has, as the only western university, been invited to take part in Tokyo Game...
All free tickets for Uppsala Student Race taken
The 5 October it is time for this year’s Uppsala Student Race. Uppsala University has 100 pre-paid starting positions available for students at the...
Lifespan of fruit flies is primarily inherited within the sexes
An individual’s lifespan is to some extent determined by genetic factors. These can affect disease risk and are in general believed to have the sam...
Uppsala University maths courses deemed ‘high quality’
The Swedish Higher Education Authority has evaluated the quality of all Swedish higher education courses in mathematics. Uppsala University’s cours...
New world ranking: Uppsala University in 79th place
Uppsala University strengthens its position as one of the 100 best universities in the world. In the latest ranking from QS World University Rankin...
Swedish royal couple visited Campus Gotland
On Saturday 6 September the royal couple visited Gotland and were given a presentation of Campus Gotland by Vice-Chancellor Eva Åkesson.
Uppsala University celebrates 25th ‘Culture Night’
As one of the major cultural institutions in Uppsala, Uppsala University will offer a wide selection of events and exhibitions for Uppsala Culture ...
Grand Auditorium packed when Kofi Annan visited Uppsala University
The conversation between Kofi Annan and Jan Eliasson attracted a large audience, filling the University Grand Auditorium to the brim. 1,800 people ...
Mechanical chest compressions for cardiac arrest just as good as manual
In the event of cardiac arrest outside of a hospital it is important to provide effective chest compressions without interruption. Creating blood f...
New Swedish registry study may change treatment for heart attacks
Aspiration of blood clots from the coronary artery of the heart in cases of acute myocardial infarction does not save more lives than simple treatm...
SciLifeLab-DAY attracted a large audience
The lecture hall was filled to the brim on Monday August 26th, when Uppsala and Stockholm arranged the first joint SciLifeLab-DAY. The event offere...
Kofi Annan and Jan Elliason in conversation on the United Nations
On 2 September, in the Grand Auditorium at Uppsala University, former Secretary-General of the United Nations Kofi Annan will take part in a semina...
Welcome to TEDxUppsalaUniversity
On September 21st 2013 the inaugural TEDxUppsalaUniversity will come to Uppsala. TED and TEDx are highly successful world-wide concepts that allow ...
The Uppsala University Scholarship
Scholarship at the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce in New York.
MicroRNAs targeting carbohydrates open up new ways for cancer drug design
New research results from Uppsala University show that microRNAs, that regulate the formation of carbohydrates, affect cell behavior and potentiall...
350 years of riding at Uppsala University
Uppsala University is home to the second oldest riding institution in the world after the Spannish Riding School in Vienna. The 12 September the 35...