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New research into the different life stages of malaria parasites has identified promising areas for new drug targets aimed at disrupting the parasite’s growth in the liver. Scientists from Umeå University played an important part in a collaborative project which discovered seven metabolic pathways that the parasite needs to infect the liver, where the parasite multiplies rapidly before invading the blood and causing malaria.
Northern peatlands hold large stocks of carbon and nitrogen and thus play a key role in global climate dynamics. However, their vulnerability to climate warming is uncertain, due in part to a lack of spatially explicit, observation-based peatland maps. This is shown in a study published in PNAS of among others researchers at Umeå University.
The international book publisher Springer Nature has ranked Professor Virginia Dignum's book Responsible Artificial Intelligence as one of the best books in computer science in 2019.
Martin Kulldorff, professor at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, has been appointed honorary doctor of 2020 at the Faculty of Science and Technology at Umeå University.
Time: Mon 2020-10-19 09.00 - Fri 2020-10-23 Location: Online Type of event: Conferences and events
Time: Mon 2020-10-19 09.00 - Fri 2020-10-23 Location: Online Type of event: Conferences and events
Time: Fri 2020-09-11 13.00 Location: F3, Lindstedtsvägen 26, Stockholm (English) Type of event: Public defences of doctoral theses Capillary control, surface modifications, and their applications
Chanaka Mannapperuma has developed bioinformatics tools that help biologists to analyse their complex genomics data. His aim was to create intuitive, easy to use tools that do not require specialized bioinformatics knowledge. Chanaka Mannapperuma will defend his PhD thesis at Umeå University on Thursday 11th of June.
Time: Thu 2020-09-10 10.00 - 15.00 Location: Nymble, Drottning Kristinas väg 15, KTH Campus, Stockholm KTH Royal Institute of Technology and IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute welcome you to an interactive inspirational and networking day on the transition to sustainable cities, enabled by digitalisation.
Time: Thu 2020-09-10 10.00 - 15.00 Location: Nymble, Drottning Kristinas väg 15, KTH Campus, Stockholm KTH Royal Institute of Technology and IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute welcome you to an interactive inspirational and networking day on the transition to sustainable cities, enabled by digitalisation.

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