Biophysics and bioengineering (BBIOBIO)

We use and develop concepts and tools from physics and chemistry to solve problems of biological and biomedical relevance, and the activities span from basic to applied research.

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The wound dressing that can reveal infection

A nanocellulose wound dressing that can reveal early signs of infection without interfering with the healing process has been developed by researchers at Linköping University. Their study is one further step on the road to a new type of wound care.

Portrait of Daniel Aili.

Daniel Aili receives large European grant

Daniel Aili has received one of this year’s ERC Consolidator Grants from the European Research Council (ERC). His research aims to develop a method for measuring a kind of cancer-related enzyme.

Simone Fabiano

Four LiU researchers appointed as new Wallenberg Academy Fellows

Four researchers at Linköping University are to receive research grants from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation amounting to SEK 36 million over 5 years. In addition, a previous holder has received an extension to his fellowship.


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