In order to attract the very best researchers to the Faculty of Science and Technology, Uppsala University has launched a different kind of recruitment campaign. Without specifying subjects or scientific fields, the University is looking to employ tomorrow’s research leaders and teachers of high international class for 10 positions as associate senior lecturers.
How cells regulate their own function by “accelerating and braking” is important basic knowledge when new intelligent medicines are being developed, or when plant cells are tweaked to produce more bioenergy. In a study published by Nature Communications 14 May, researchers at Uppsala and Umeå universities, Sweden, show a model of how cells’ regulatory systems work.
Community groups in rural Vietnam comprised of local health workers, politicians and laywomen (Maternal and Newborn Health Groups) set up to tackle challenges to maternal and neonatal health may reduce the neonatal death rate after three years and increase antenatal care attendance, according to a study by researchers from Sweden and Vietnam published in this week’s PLOS Medicine.
Interview with Mattias Jakobsson about the study of stone age DNA and the evolution of agriculture