Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Student team compete in synthetic biology

Uppsala University’s student team has done very well in the competition International Genetically Engineered Machine, iGEM, over the years. Read about the team competing in 2016.

Collaboration

ICM work together with schools, other universities, biotechnology industries and governmental agencies that work with biological and biotechnological issues. We cooperate both nationally and internationally to provide our researchers and students the best possible conditions.

Collaboration with companies and authorities

ICM interact happily with companies who are interested to interact with research groups in the ICM. Contact the head of the ICM if you are interested in collaborating with researchers at ICM. Researchers at the ICM participate annually in evaluations of referrals, requests and reports from research councils and authorities.

International Collaboration

ICM is very much an internationally oriented institution. We have employees from 25 different countries and all the research teams at the ICM have international collaborations. Within the teaching, primarily on master's level, we interact with students from all over the world.

Collaboration within science and technology

The Faculty of Science and Technology has a common unit for collaboration with schools, industry and society. Among other things they coordinate study visits at the department and a annual science festival where our researchers participates and contribute. At their web page you can also read about ways to collaborate with our education and research.

Find ways to collaborate with us

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY ALUMNI NETWORK

Uppsala University’s Alumni Network is a network for former students and a meeting place for career development and forging professional contacts.

The Alumni Network is for everyone who has studied or worked, or is working at Uppsala University. Also our honorary doctors, guest researchers, board members and others close to the University are regarded as alumni.

More about the Alumni Network