Chalmers University of Technology

New version of the Human Protein Atlas

Today, the 15th version of the Human Protein Atlas is launched. The new version includes data from different sources, which makes comparisons between tissue profiles on both the RNA and protein level possible.

dateApr 12, 2016 in Cell & Microbiology
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Beating the diffraction limit with nanoantennas

Plasmonic nanoantennas are among the hot topics in science at the moment because of their ability to interact strongly with light, which for example makes them useful for different kinds of sensing. But matching their resonances ...

dateMar 21, 2016 in Nanophysics
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Functional packaging with less material

Much of the food sold in our grocery stores are packaged to avoid that substances like oxygen get in contact with the food and decompose it. It is of great importance to know which parameters that decide the permeability ...

dateMar 09, 2016 in Materials Science
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Weather applications of mathematical statistics

The application possibilities seem to be endless when it comes to mathematical statistics. Several of the researchers at the department work with issues related to weather, climate and environment – Igor Rychlik and David ...

dateJan 29, 2016 in Earth Sciences
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Tissue engineering with an educational twist

In his doctoral thesis Patric Wallin, at the Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology, combines research from tissue engineering and engineering education. He finds that merging the two is beneficial in many ...

dateDec 22, 2015 in Social Sciences
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