A synthetic plant hormone as a new strategy for the treatment of malignant tumours
Mesothelioma are tumours, which are mainly caused by the inhalation of asbestos fibres, and are as yet incurable. However, there is a molecule, which has a strong inhibiting effect on the growth of these…
AMI researcher awarded prestigious fellowship
Adolphe Merkle Institute post-doctoral researcher Philip Scholten has been awarded a prestigious European Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship to develop degradable commodity plastics.
The Environmental Humanities Lunches start again!
We are looking forward to discussion environmental challenges with our guests!
Schweizer Premiere: CoSaMo - Neue Gesundheitssprechstunde für Studierende
Ab dem 18. Februar 2020 profitieren die Freiburger Studierenden von einem neuen und landesweit einzigartigen Angebot einer Gesundheitssprechstunde. Studierende in Krankenpflege und Osteopathie der Hochschule…
An international workshop in Fribourg dedicated to rock glacier kinematics
Supported by the International Permafrost Association (IPA) and promoted by the University of Fribourg, a group of more than 115 scientists has decided to tackle the problem. More than 25 of them will…
Nos étudiants en physique effectuent des mesures à Château-d'Oex
Nos étudiants en bachelor profitent du Festival de ballons pour prendre des mesures.
Lire l'article du lundi 27 janvier 2020 de La Liberté en annexe.
Nanomaterial analysis for consumer goods
Fribourg, January 23, 2020 - As of 2021, the food industry and cosmetics manufacturers will have to officially declare the presence of nanomaterials in any of their products sold in Switzerland. The Swiss…
The Environmental Sciences are leveling up
New institute, new Master's program, new website, the environmental sciences and humanities at the University of Fribourg are growing.
Three Times "Full House"! New Chemistry Show from Prof. Katharina Fromm!
Today, Chemistry Department of the University of Fribourg has hosted the German and French speaking classes of the Colleges St. Michel and Gambach. Prof. Katharina Fromm performed an exciting chemistry…