- Maria Strömme one of this years Rudbeck medallists 2021-08-13
- Degree project about declaring climate impact from buildings receives scholarship 2021-06-09
- Total defense possible winner on 3D printing 2021-06-04
- Gemma Mestres has been awarded Göran Gustafsson's grand prize 2021-04-21
- Marika Edoff is interviewed about solar cell research in the UU research podcast 2021-03-31
- Uppsala researchers want to increase solar cell efficiency with the help of perovskites 2021-03-29
- Now comes the European solar cell factories 2021-03-29
- Space technology working miracles in healthcare 2021-03-14
- AM – the next step towards tomorrow’s healthcare 2021-03-12
- Successful Spintronics Terahertz Emission with a Full Heusler Compound 2021-03-11
SINTEC workshop “Smart Stretchable Patches as Sport Performance Appliances”
Dissertation: Porous sorbents for environmental applications and selective laser sintering 3D printing of dosage forms
Dissertation: Spin Current Generation in Magnetic Heterostructures and its Impact on Terahertz Emission: A Spin Dynamics Perspective
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Myfab is a distributed national research infrastructure for cleanroom based research and development in microtechnology, nanoscience and materials research. Together with Uppsala University, also KTH, Chalmers and Lund University contribute to this comprehensive infrastructure, serving about 800 users with a similar number of instruments. Myfab is open for academic research as well as industrial development.