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The Vice-Chancellor of Uppsala University, Eva Åkesson, has been made Honorary Doctor at the University of Edinburgh....
The Swedish government has appointed Carl-Henrik Heldin new chair for SciLifeLab, starting October 1, 2015. He succee...
A new Swedish study links male infertility to autoimmune prostatic inflammation. The findings are published in the jo...
Previous studies have led researchers to believe that individuals with social anxiety disorder/ social phobia have to...
Cracking the Runic Code
Figuring out what runic inscriptions really mean has been both a popular and a scholarly endeavor for more than a millennium. Front-line research is carried out at Uppsala University, but runic discovery is now entering a critical phase. Are you ready to get involved? Read more about how your donation can help
Help us develop a new cancer treatment
Professor Magnus Essand at Uppsala University has during six years developed and tested a potential new treatment against neuroendocrine tumours. The treatment consists of an oncolytic virus, which has turned out to be remarkably efficient in destroying neuroendocrine tumours in mice. Help the research move forward by donating to the Oncolytic Virus Fund.
What if Antibiotics Stop Working?
Resistance to antibiotics is an enormous worldwide problem. Almost all bacteria will become resistant to today’s medicine, and within just a few years we will be faced with unimaginable setbacks, medically, socially and economically. Unless we act now. ReAct is an independent global network for concerted action on antibiotic resistance based at Uppsala University. Learn more about ReAct.
The President’s Club offers you the opportunity to take an active role in shaping the future of Uppsala University, through financial support and active participation.
Help us support US students who want to study in Sweden. Give to AFUU and state “The Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce in New York Scholarship Foundation for Study at Uppsala University”.
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