Research at Linköping University
The linguist Robert Eklund has researched how people speak while they inhale. But for the past few years, what has really taken his breath away has been how felines purr during both inhalation and exhalation.
Images of beating hearts and thinking brains are disseminated worldwide, delivering huge benefits for healthcare and research. In just over a decade, CMIV at Linköping University has established itself as a world-leading centre for medical imaging.
Medical diagnoses and DNA sequencing can be made cheaper, faster and more reliable using a new miniaturised technique for gel electrophoresis based on conducting polymer materials, according to researchers at Linköping University.
Technological companies become more innovative when they work closely together with their suppliers, but there is no one-size-fits-all solution. This is one of the conclusions in Lisa Melander’s doctoral thesis.
A previously unknown multi-resistant bacterium has been sticking around at a Swedish University Hospital for ten years. The reason for this is deficient hygiene routines among the staff, a doctoral thesis at Linköping University shows.
Last updated: 2014-03-05