Art and science in a thrilling and creative mix. The AHA festival at Chalmers is presenting a great line-up of artists and scientists. The event is open to the public, for free and takes place from...
If you suffer from type 2 diabetes, you run a higher risk of being affected by Parkinson’s disease. Chalmers researchers have now found a possible cause. The findings might lead to new future drugs.
One week before the Nobel prize in Physics is announced, The Gothenburg Physics Centre honours German professor Klaus Blaum the Gothenburg Lise Meitner award 2016.
A new Chalmers innovation paves the way for the future of designed pharmaceuticals. The results were recently published in Nature Communications.
Meet three of our new international students at Welcome Day, August 23 2016
A group of researchers at Chalmers University, Department of Physics, has discovered a completely new way of using lasers to accelerate ion beams. In time, the new technique could possibly give more...