Rising sea levels, growing deserts and variations in the atmosphere. Earth observations and measurement are crucial tools for understanding climate change. Learn more in Chalmers’ upcoming MOOCs Sensing Planet Earth.
The most exciting conference week ever took place at Chalmers on May 4-8, 2015. 40 world-leading scientists, including 13 Nobel Prize winners presented their research, took part in panel discussions and mingled with each other.
Chalmers works actively with issues of diversity, for a sustainable future. Everyone should be able to grow and feel included here, regardless of gender, gender identity, ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation and age.
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Researchers have found a way to accurately calculate the neutron distribution in atomic nuclei. The results are published in Nature Physics.
Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have discovered that a certain bed material improves the combustion efficiency of waste and biomass while decreasing costs significantly.
Chalmers’ journey – from the visible to the atomic world. Eva Olsson, Professor of Experimental Physics will talk about the materials of tomorrow and how they are built. The lecture will take place on November 5 in RunAn, Chalmers student union building.
Securing web applications is essential for a society that critically relies on the internet. In this dramatic-style video a research team led by Prof. Andrei Sabelfeld depicts their research on tracking information flow in web applications.
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Chalmers offered an energy exploration when King Carl XVI Gustaf honored the university with a visit on Monday. First stop was on a roof where Kasper Moth-Poulsen demonstrated Chalmers researchers'...
Competition open for prospective students from all over the world. Win a study trip to Chalmers University of Technology.