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New information to understand regulation of muscle function in muscle dystrophy patients

Scientists from the University of Jyväskylä, Finland, and from University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, have found new functions and structural details of muscle attachment structures. The research is important for the basic understanding of regulation of muscle function for instance in muscle dystrophy patients and muscle adaptation to physical activity and sports.

The world with moth and bird eyes

Professor Johanna Mappes and postdoctoral researcher Bibiana Rojas Zuluaga from Department of Biological and Environmental Science at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland participated in international collaboration and researched how the wood tiger moths see the world with moth and bird eyes.

Nano becomes visible in Finland, 9.–10.10.2018

The Nanoscience Center of the University of Jyväskylä, Finland, organizes the international Nanoscience Days conference on 9th – 10th of October 2018 in Jyväskylä. A traditional event organized more than ten years now, and provides an interdisciplinary forum for presenting and discussing fundamental and technological developments. Approximately 200 international researchers and students are attending the conference.