Research at Uppsala University
New high-speed test shows how antibiotics combine to kill bacteria
18 September 2020. Researchers at Uppsala University have developed a new method to determine – rapidly, easily and che ...
Contribution to sleep research at Uppsala University
16 September 2020. The Department of Medical Sciences has received a donation of SEK 600,000 for research on sleep. The ...
Large-scale European initiative for battery research starts up
9 September 2020. The European research initiative BATTERY 2030+ is now getting going. The ambition is to make Europe ...
Research spotlight: The coronavirus
Increased mental ill-health during pandemic
7 September 2020. Mental ill-health in this country has become more prevalent and severe during the COVID-19 pandemic. ...
Possible blood-clotting mechanism in COVID-19
3 September 2020. Why so many COVID-19 patients get blood clots (thrombosis) remains uncertain. But scientists at Upps ...
Siv Andersson: From curiosity to utility during pandemic
27 August 2020. “Researchers are a wonderful resource and many of them want to help,” says Siv Andersson, Professor ...
Uppsala University’s researchers share their knowledge in public lectures. Every year, the University is visited by leading researchers and influential people from around the world. At Uppsala University, you can hear Nobel laureates, researchers, authors, politicians and many others give lectures. Here we present some of the most prominent, annually occurring lectures at Uppsala University.
Grant funded research projects at Uppsala University can be found in the Swedish SweCRIS database. Here you can list, sort and search for projects, research areas, project managers, financiers and project types.
Business and innovation
Many new ideas emerge from research. Uppsala University furthers collaboration between research, business and society, and strives to increase the exchange of skills and ideas with companies and organisations.