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Uppsala University’s ambition is to establish a position of strength in research and education in our digital future.
Research in areas such as drug development, microbiology, diagnostics, new economic models, law and sustainable development.
Research in biodiversity is hugely important for achieving the goal of sustainable development for future generations.
Interdisciplinary research between strong research environments.
Research on how digital methods affect the availability and usability of archives, libraries and museums.
Research on energy conversion, storage, fuels and energy transmission and more.
How do we meet the challenge of an aging population, cancer, diabetes, pain, viruses and heart disease?
Basic medical research and clinical medicine engage with social science and behavioral science, law, natural sciences and technology.
Research on climate change is about everything from nature and its natural resources, biodiversity, energy and more to psychology, economics etc.
Research about the evolution of living organisms from the first protocell to the current diversity of biological life.
Research on how living organisms work, interact and affect our surroundings.
Research on preventing, treating, relieving and ultimately perhaps curing diseases and developing new therapies.
Technical know-how is increasingly important in health services.
Research on integration and the labour market, for example at Uppsala Immigration Lab.
Uppsala University has great expertise in the area and the capacity to conduct strong basic research.
Research is in progress at Uppsala University for solving major societal challenges.
In recent decades we have witnessed a disturbing increase in mental ill health in society.
How can we create a sustainable society that combines economic development, social welfare and justice?