Press releases from Uppsala University
Computer simulations strong support for new theory of earth's ore
Researchers at Uppsala University and the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm present in today's web edition of the journal Science ev...
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 ...
Disrupted genetic regulation causes common disturbance in metabolism of fat
The disease familial combined hyperlipidemia (FCH) is a common cause of disturbed metabolism of fat and early heart attacks. Uppsala University sc...
Uppsala University makes major commitment to quality and renewal
A comprehensive research evaluation Quality and Renewal carried out at Uppsala University has shown that many departments are world leaders in thei...
Genetics behind the disease SLE almost completed
A new study has mapped the risk factors behind the autoimmune disease SLE in the entire human genome. The findings of the study, in which research...
Several genes that regulate the disease SLE have been identified
Uppsala researchers, in collaboration with foreign colleagues, have identified a number of new genes that can be tied to the disease SLE, including...
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...
Siberian jays can communicate about behavior of birds of prey
With the aid of various alarm calls the Siberian jay bird species tells other members of its group what their main predators - hawks - are doing. ...