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Chalmers University of Technology


412 96 Gothenburg
Sweden
Tel.
+4631-7721000

www.chalmers.se

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Chalmers University of Technology conducts research and offers education in technology, science, shipping and architecture with a sustainable future as its global vision. Chalmers is well-known for providing an effective environment for innovation and has eight priority areas of international significance – Built Environment, Energy, Information and Communication Technology, Life Science Engineering, Materials Science, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Production, and Transport. Graphene Flagship, an FET Flagship initiative by the European Commission, is coordinated by Chalmers. Situated in Gothenburg, Sweden, Chalmers has 10,300 full-time students and 3,100 employees.

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  • News

    Eating more fish could prevent Parkinson's disease

    A new study from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, shines more light on the link between consumption of fish and better long-term neurological health. Parvalbumin, a protein found in great quantities in several different fish species, has been shown to help prevent the formation of ... more

    Spikes of graphene can kill bacteria on implants

    A tiny layer of graphene flakes becomes a deadly weapon and kills bacteria, stopping infections during procedures such as implant surgery. Operations for surgical implants, such as hip and knee replacements or dental implants, have increased in recent years. However, in such procedures, the ... more

    Certain iron supplements may influence the development of colon cancer

    Two common iron compounds increase the formation of a known biomarker for cancer, according to a new study of cancer cells from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. The two compounds, ferric citrate and ferric EDTA, are often used in dietary supplements and as a food additive respecti ... more

  • Videos

    Graphene spikes that kill bacteria

    A tiny layer of graphene spikes becomes a deadly weapon and kills bacteria, stopping infections during procedures such as implant surgery. This is shown in new research from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, recently published in the scientific journal Advanced Materials Interfaces. more

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