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Swedes have a higher threshold and longer tolerance to pain, research carried out on three cultures by Malmö University’s Faculty of Odontology has discovered.
RESEARCH. Working in collaboration with five partners, Professor Anette Gjörloff Wingren is about to embark on a new cancer research project. The project, which is a continuation of her previous research, will focus on producing methods to detect and study aggressive cancer cells. The researchers hope that in time they can contribute to more effective cancer treatment. The research is being funded by the EU.
Swedish social workers feel they wield more power towards clients than their Italian counterparts, reveals a dissertation by a Malmö University researcher.
This is demonstrated by PhD student Aleksander Fabijan in his licentiate thesis
The Biofilms - Research Centre for Biointerfaces at Malmö University has held its 12th annual workshop, an event which gathered delegates from around the world.
The 2016 winner is Marité Cárdenas at Biofilms – Research Center for Biointerfaces.
A new thesis reveals an absence of teaching that incorporates methods and a broader orientation.
Dmitry Pankratov will defend his thesis on October 21, 2016.
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