Peter Jönsson was awarded the 2016 Carl Tesdorpf scholarship for his studies on how molecules interact on the surface of cells. The scholarship will be used to setup a superresolution fluorescence microscope, which will make it...
Protein motion in the dense and crowded environment of a living cell is essential for the functioning of the cellular machinery. In particular, the so-called short time diffusion on small length scales comparable to the typical...
Researchers of the division have received a large grant from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation: SEK 30,670,000 during five years.
From October 1, the Division of Physical Chemistry will have a new leadership. Ulf Olsson will act as head of the division and Emma Sparr as assistant head. We extend our sincere thanks to the departing head, Viveka...
Researchers at Lund University together with colleagues at Toulouse University can now explain how the properties of the skin change depending on the outside environment.
The Division of Physical Chemistry were challenged on different levels, while spending an afternoon together on September 20. We solved problems and experienced curling - for some, the first time at an...
Peter Jönsson and collaborators have measured the interaction between protein molecules on the surface of contacting immune cells.
11th of May 2016 at Lundmarksalen, Astronomy Building, Lund University, Sweden. Hosted by Molecular Recognition in Life (MoReLife), Imaging of 3D structures, ESS, MAX IV and MAX4ESSFUN
Joakim Stenhammar developed a model in which patterns of light control the movement of active particles.
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