Professor Gunnar von Heijne, at the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, has served 19 years on the Nobel Committee for Chemistry. In this video he shares memorable moments and the process of finding the laureate.
Our climate is becoming ever warmer – impacting plant and animal ecosystems. But this is by no means the first time Earth has experienced climate change. Wallenberg Academy Fellow Peter Heintzman is using genetics to examine how prehistoric climate change has impacted life on Earth.
A holy grail in biology is to map all the functions of the cell. The existence of vast quantities of data combined with rapid progress in AI methodologies has enabled scientists to take the next step. A team of researchers is now working to understand the molecular language of the cell.