Six students at the Computer Engineering program at Chalmers decided to measure Gothenburg's air quality using a bus. It has led all the way to summer jobs and awards.
Chalmers has the highest overall satisfaction score in the world according to Studyportals, a website where students and alumni worldwide can share their experience of studying abroad.
Linnéa Dehlén is one of the students that will take the train to her exchange this autumn, thanks to a new project at Chalmers. The travel grant was awarded by the politician Maria Wetterstrand.
For the third year in a row, Chalmers has received five out of five stars from The Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education, Stint, in its Internationalisation...
The 2019 Win win Prize is awarded to French judge Arash Derambarsh, who managed to ban French grocery stores and restaurants from throwing away food.
Chalmers' new electron microscope enables researchers to study and design the smart materials of the future. On 15 May, it was time for the great unveiling of the huge transmission electron microscope.
Francesco Gatto's innovation makes it possible to detect cancer at an earlier stage from patients’ blood or urine – which can provide a better and more individualized treatment. Therefore, he is...
She has increased the knowledge of protein folding and misfolding, and how these contribute to diseases. She is also a role model. For this, Pernilla Wittung-Stafshede receives the Gustaf Dalén medal.