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Researchers have built the world’s first hollow propeller blade – a promising step towards improved ship performance and low environmental impact.
Time: Thu 2019-05-09 09.00 - 16.00 Location: Teknikringen 74D Type of event: Conferences and events
Time: Tue 2019-06-11 09.30 - Wed 2019-06-12 17.00 Location: Sal F2, Lindstedsvägen 26, Stockholm Type of event: Conferences and events
Time: Tue 2019-06-11 09.30 - Wed 2019-06-12 17.00 Location: Sal F2, Lindstedsvägen 26, Stockholm Type of event: Conferences and events
A low murmur of voices can be heard in the Triple Helix room in Samverkanshuset where mentors from companies and organisations, supervisors from Umeå University and expectant doctoral students are sitting at tables discussing their respective projects. A new batch of IDS students are kicking off their doctoral studies by getting together for a two-day workshop.
The Kempe Foundations have granted SEK 700,000 to Professor Thomas Wågberg, Professor Ludvig Edman, and industrial doctoral student Erik Zäll at the Department of Physics. The money is to be invested in a world-class spectrophotometer for the Department of Physics.
On 16 January, Umeå University’s Industrial Doctoral School for Research and Innovation (IDS) is celebrating its first decade of successful activities with a large workshop with more than 50 participating doctoral students, supervisors and partner companies. The theme of the day is visions and aspirations about how research can be of public benefit in the future.
Time: Wed 2019-04-10 12.15 - 13.00 Location: South East Gallery, Main Library Type of event: Popular science lectures
Time: Wed 2019-04-10 12.15 - 13.00 Location: South East Gallery, Main Library Type of event: Popular science lectures
Bioeconomy is a new buzzword, but how can you get involved? Perhaps you have valuable biomass resources, but don’t know what they are made of and what they could be used for? Celignis Analytical is the partner you need for your project! Born from the successful research project (DIBANET) coordinated by the Carbolea Biomass Research Group at the University of Limerick, Celignis has subsequently been developing innovative methodologies to improve biomass analysis processes.

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