Four jubilee symposia in September

Living cells are built so they can let exactly the right substances pass in and out through their membranes. Can the mechanism be copied? At Chalmers University of Technology Andreas Dahlin has accepted the challenge. He is creating smart filters capable of separating and capturing individual molecules.
There is an urgent need to find new drugs to treat pain. Patrik Ernfors’ research team is using state-of-the-art technology to understand what pain cells look like and how they behave.
To understand the expansion of the market as early as the 17th and 18th centuries it is essential to make a thorough study of the work done by women.
Warmer and browner water, lower oxygen levels, and a decline in food availability hit game fish hard. And greenhouse gas emissions are rising. Researchers in Umeå are trying to create a model to predict the rate at which a warming climate will impact lakes in the north.