Latest Uppsala University Stories
Contrary to common belief, mitochondrial genes seem to matter for how well individuals survive and reproduce.
Bone cancer in dogs is affected by a variety of genetic risk factors.
Seeds from Moringa oleifera trees can be used to purify water.
Retroviruses are important pathogens capable of crossing species barriers to infect new hosts, but knowledge of their evolutionary history is limited.
Physiological processes in soft tissue pain such as chronic tennis elbow can be explored using diagnostic imaging methods.
A new study of nearly 2,600 cardiac arrest patients reveals that mechanical chest compressions are as effective as manual cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
A novel material with world record breaking surface area and water adsorption abilities has been synthesized by researchers from Uppsala University, Sweden. The results are published today in PLOS ONE.
A new study reveals that all children with Crohn's disease that were examined had a commonly occurring virus – an enterovirus – in their intestines.
An international research team led by Swedish scientists has used a new method to investigate obesity and overweight as a cause of cardiovascular disease.
Swedish, Australian and French researchers present for the first time miraculously preserved musculature of 380 million year old armored fish discovered in north-west Australia.