Press releases from Uppsala University
Resistance to antibiotics requires commitment from world governments
Half a year ago a first common step was taken toward global concerted action to combat resistance to antibiotics in bacteria. Ahead of World Health...
Wrinkled dog is key to new direction within inflammation research
An international research team led from Uppsala University and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard has discovered the gene underlying the charac...
New scholarship fund dedicated to honorary member Anders Wall
Anders Wall, an honorary member of Uppsala University, is turning 80, and this is being marked by Uppsala University, together with the Kjell and M...
Physics luminaries Hawking and Greene to participate in Uppsala conference
Strings, the world’s preeminent conference within the field of string theory, will be held in Sweden for the first time this summer. Several hundre...
Uppsala University’s research integrity praised in report
The European Science Foundation (ESF) has completed a study of how institutions of higher education in different countries proactively approach res...
New thesis changes evolutionary theory on mating
The stereotype of over-sexed, aggressive, males competing to mate with coy females predominates for both human and non-human animals. The doctoral ...
Sterility in frogs caused by environmental pharmaceutical progestogens
Frogs appear to be very sensitive to progestogens, a kind of pharmaceutical that is released into the environment. Female tadpoles that swim in wat...
High blood pressure may be caused by mutation in adrenal gland
High blood pressure may in some cases be caused by benign hormone-producing tumours of the adrenal cortex. A joint Swedish-American research effort...
Extreme X-ray pulses create unique image of intact virus
An international research team has managed to capture an image of an intact virus and a membrane structure from a photosynthetic bacterium with the...
Cars start due to relativity
A Swedish research team of Professor Rajeev Ahuja, Dr. Andreas Blomqvist, Dr. Peter Larsson and a Finish team of Prof. P Pekka Pyykkö & Dr. Patryk ...
Holocaust and genocide studies is focus of new master’s programme
Holocaust and genocide studies is a growing field of research with broad international relevance. As of the autumn term of 2011, Uppsala University...
Steering stategies of mental health reforms in Sweden and England compared
I a new PhD thesis from Uppsala University steering strategy choice is studied using a comparative case study of the mental health reforms in Brita...
- Breakthrough for more efficient drug development 2011-01-18
Scientists find lakes and rivers under-valued in greenhouse gas budget
An international team of scientists has uncovered an important part of the global greenhouse gas budget. This new analysis indicates that greenhous...
Steering cancer inflammation to inhibit tumor growth and spread
Most cancer tissues are invaded by inflammatory cells that either stimulate or inhibit the growth of the tumor, depending on what immune cells are ...
New report: Fewer conflicts and fewer killed
The number of conflicts no longer seems to be increasing, and the number of people killed has declined radically since the early 1990s. This is rep...
Major grant for research in molecular biotechnology
Following multiple selective processes, the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research has chosen eighteen young researchers to share SEK 180 millio...
SEK 47.5 million for interdisciplinary research on protein synthesis
Seven researchers at Uppsala University have been granted a full SEK 47.5 million from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation to study the struc...
Commitment to medical law at Uppsala
With a co-funded grant of SEK 6.6 million from the Ragnar and Torsten Söderberg Foundations, Uppsala University will be reinforcing its research i...
First step toward housing guarantee
Uppsala University pledges to try to arrange a housing guarantee for fee-paying students as of autumn 2011. The decision is important to ensure rec...