Research at Linköping University
Developments in the field of cancer are advancing at a rapid pace. This means that nursing care of cancer patients is becoming ever more complex. "It’s an exciting challenge,” says Carina Berterö, professor of Nursing Science with a specialisation in cancer-related diseases.
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Every year Liseberg, Astrid Lindgren’s World and Fenomenmagasinet Science Centre in Linköping are visited by millions of children and adults – but what makes them places for children, and how do children experience what goes on there? This question is being studied by researchers from Linköping University in a unique project.
Polymers can behave like insulators, semiconductors and metals – as well as semimetals. Twenty researchers, under the leadership of Xavier Crispin, Docent in organic electronics at Linköping University, are behind the breakthrough published in Nature Materials.
A new analysis tool that can identify problems in the construction process has been developed by Micael Thunberg, doctoral student in construction logistics. By avoiding problems and delivering the right materials at the right place and at the right time, housing will become cheaper.
For people with diabetes, one large meal a day is more favourable than several smaller ones spread out over the day.
Last updated: 2013-12-09