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2018-02-02

Microchip ecology on the radio

The SoilChip project was featured on the radio, with Edith Hammer, Kristin Aleklett and Pelle Ohlsson explaining how microchips from Biomedical Engineering help ecologists study what bacteria and fungi are doing under the ground...[more]

2017-12-29

Hanna Isaksson featured in Swedish media

Swedish newspaper Skånska dagbladet made an end-of-the-year interview with Assoc prof. Hanna Isaksson about her career as she recently recieved grant of 7.5 million SEK from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg foundation. Hanna works...[more]

2017-12-22

SoilChip on national TV

Edith Hammer and Kristin Aleklett from Microbial Ecology were interviewed in the news about how they use microfluidic chips made in collaboration with Pelle Ohlsson and Martin Bengtsson at BME to be able to see underground...[more]

2017-12-14

Hanna Isaksson recieves Wallenberg Academy Fellows-grant

Today the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation announced the Wallenbeg Academy Fellows 2017. Hanna Isaksson at BME is one of 24 early-career researchers to obtain the prestigeous grant. The reserach will focus on...[more]

2017-12-05

World Soil Day

On the occasion of the World Soil Day December 5, lu.se is highlighting the collaboration between Pelle Ohlsson and Martin Bengtsson at BME and Edith Hammer's group at Microbial Ecology. They study the interaction between...[more]

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