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The Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB) honours the doctors who were awarded their doctoral degrees during the academic year 2012/2013.
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UMB's FôrTek, Centre for Feed Technology, has qualified for ISO-9001 certification. This shows that the systematic work being performed at FôrTek has paid off.
Now is the time to apply for IceLab Camp. It is a four-day communication and creativity camp for young scientists.
The historic information about a warmblood ridning horse is often lost when the horse is sold across borders, or worse: it has never been recorded. This leads to unsystematic use of stallions and semen for breeding.
Improved safety aspects, and also enhanced experiences are at the focal point of Rouien Zarin’s research. He designs prototypes for situations that require concentration and coordination, for instance when practising various forms of extreme sports.
More species of birds have accumulated in genera inhabiting climatically stable areas. This is shown by a new study from Umeå University.
The Department of Plant Physiology started its work at Umeå University in 1967. It is now part of the Umeå Plant Science Centre (UPSC), a world leading plant research institute. UPSC celebrates the 50 years anniversary with a three-day lasting symposium about the past, the present and the future of Plant Science in Umeå (and the world). The symposium will take place on August 21-23 at the UPSC in Umeå.
Researchers from Umeå University in Sweden describe a new method to study biochemical changes that occur in the pancreas during the development of diabetes. The method, recently published in Scientific Reports, is based on molecular spectroscopy and can be used to extract biochemical profiles (or “fingerprints”) containing information about disease progression. The method could facilitate improved understanding of the mechanistic processes on molecular and cellular levels that are key to the development of diabetes.
Now is the time to apply for IceLab Camp. It is a four-day communication and creativity camp for young scientists.

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