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Frontline research strengthened even further

Funding for around 80 million kronor has been awarded to Malmö University’s Biofilms - Research Center for Biointerfaces in research grants in the past year, of which 55 million has gone into cancer research. 

  1. Researchers and industry partner, together work to improve diabetic care

    Cooperating with industry benefits not only research and Malmö University students, but also Malmö and the region, says Tautgirdas Ruzgas, Professor at Biofilms – Research Center for Biointerfaces. 

  2. Capturing the elusive molecules to further drug treatments

    An advancement in analysing phosphorylated proteins - which govern how living organisms work - has been made by a Malmö University researcher at the Biofilms Research Center for Biointerfaces.


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