At the beginning of 2015, Chalmers will start its first mooc – massive open online course. The course will be on the super-material graphene, which has not been the subject for a mooc previously.
Published Fri 21 Nov 2014
During the Nobel Week three Nobel Laureates attended Chalmers. Two students, Suvi Panas and Linus Ögren met Arieh Warshel, one of the laureates in Chemistry, to talk about education and research. A conversation that came to be about the competitive instinct, the significance of chance when choosing academic field, and the laureate's road to selecting the right research and Chemistry – or Molecular Science that Arieh Warshel would like to call it.
Jie Sun is Chalmers' pioneer in massive online teaching. He will share his knowledge of the super material graphene to anyone interested who has a computer.
After twenty years in the service of fusion research, plasma physicist Tünde Fülöp is leaving her comfort zone to embark upon unfamiliar territory.
Published Fri 07 Nov 2014
Per Delsing and Dag Winkler gets funding for two projects within nanotechnology and neuroscience.
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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The U.S. is often considered to be a stumbling block on climate issues, but California is...
The final Synthesis Report on climate change was presented at the end of October.
Our recruitment team is on a worldwide student recruitment trip. Meet us there.
Published Thu 16 Oct 2014
21 course packages specially designed for Brazilian undergraduate students with Science Without...