Kai Siegbahn exhibition opens with symposium
The Uppsala professor and Nobel prizewinner Kai Siegbahn, who would have been 90 in April, is getting his own permanent exhibition at the Ångström ...
New methods create superior solar-energy technology
Linda Brus has developed and tested new methods of making solar-energy plants more competitive.
More reliable forecasts regarding algal bloom in lakes
One method of reducing algal blooms in eutrophied lakes is to build purification plants or manure pits nearby. In order to estimate whether this is...
Main contact a clue in the battle against cancer
By cutting off the nutritional supply to tumours through treacherous blood vessels, it will perhaps be possible to gain ground in the battle agains...
Promising new material for hydrogen storage
You can investigate the hydrogen storage properties of different materials effectively with the aid of heavyweight computer calculations. Carlos Mo...
Several of Sweden's hottest technology companies stem from Uppsala research
The Swedish magazines Ny Teknik (New Technology) and Affärsvärlden (Business World) have jointly identified the 33 most interesting new technology ...
Major investment gives new boost to microtechnology research for space
VINNOVA and the Swedish National Space Board are making a major investment in research and development of pioneering space technology at Uppsala Un...
Custom-tailored courses for employers forge new contacts
Uppsala University Education, the University’s unit for commissioned education, is making major commitments in the form of custom-tailored courses ...
Bioethics and research ethics in focus
Uppsala University pools its resources and focuses on research ethics. This year a new Interfaculty Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics has been...
Uppsala Health Summit seeking smart solutions in ageing society
Get set for 3-4 June: Uppsala University, together with seven other Swedish actors, has invited politicians, opinion-makers and experts from health...