30 mars kl 09:15
The Human Endometrium: Studies on Angiogenesis and Endometriosis
Angiogenesis is thought to play a pivotal role in the cycling endometrium. The present results may constitute a basis for further investigation of regulatory pathways in endometrial angiogenesis as well as for studies of endometrial receptivity and pain in women with endometriosis.
30 mars kl 12:00 – 13:00
Föreläsning med Zennströmprofessor Kevin Anderson i Sveriges Riksdag
On March 30th, Kevin Anderson, Zennström Professor in Climate Change Ledearship at Uppsala University will give a talk at the Swedish Parliament with the title:
Paris, 2°C and carbon budgets: understanding Sweden’s role in a low-carbon future.
More information at: http://www.web.cemus.se/2017/03/10/march-30-public-talk-with-kevin-anderson-in-the-swedish-parliament/
30 mars kl 13:15
Exploring genetic diversity in natural and domestic populations through next generation sequencing
This thesis details examples of studies using NGS data to: (i) characterize evolutionary forces shaping the genome of the Atlantic herring, (ii) detect the genetic basis of speciation and domestication in the rabbit, and, (iii) identify mutations associated with skeletal atavism in Shetland ponies.
30 mars kl 14:00 – 16:00
Att leva med inflammatorisk tarmsjukdom
En studie om patienters erfarenheter av stress, strategier och behov av stöd
I Sverige insjuknar årligen ca 1500 personer i någon av de inflammatoriska tarmsjukdomarna Crohn's sjukdom (ca 500 personer/år) och ulcerös kolit (ca 1000 personer/år). Föredraget beskriver resultatet av intervjuer med 15 personer med inflammatorisk tarmsjukdom.
30 mars kl 14:15
Participant Reference in Three Balochi Dialects: Male and Female Narrations of Folktales and Biographical Tales
The aim of the present study is to investigate how men and women in three Iranian Balochi dialects, Coastal Balochi, Koroshi Balochi and Sistani Balochi, refer to 3rd person participants in oral narratives of two genres: folktales and biographical tales.
30 mars kl 15:15 – 17:00
China in Africa - for whose benefit? Interests and impacts explored
This presentation summarizes some aspects of the Chinese engagement in Africa and seeks to put it into a wider perspective of the continent’s interaction with external agencies and interests, while also reflecting on the role of local partners in these relations. The general assessment is followed by a case study assessing the various aspects of the Chinese‐Namibian ‘all weather friendship’.