Projects

Here you can explore our research projects and the different ways, places and people with whom we produce knowledge of and with microbes.

Current projects

RESET produces sustainable and just solutions to wicked problems and increases system resilience by creating novel inter- and transdisciplinary research across life and social sciences.
By bringing together experts in biology, medicine, sociology, and bioinformatics, FIMAR seeks to build a foundation for science-based actions against antimicrobial resistance and transform how it is studied.
The Nordic Network for the Social Study of Microbes is a unique research community and workshop series that fosters collaboration, builds scientific expertise, and generates new knowledge about human-microbial relations.
CrimScapes explores the growing mobilisation of criminal law, crime control measures and imaginaries of (il)legality within the politics of threat and uncertainty that are currently expanding across the European region.
This project explores human-microbe relations and in so doing, opens up a novel field for the social study of microbes. 130 years after the discovery of microbes, science is beginning...

Past projects

Antibiotics have made it possible for people to live longer, healthier lives. Currently, however, Western medicine is facing a serious threat as bacteria are developing resistance to antibiotics and there...
Antibiotics have made it possible for people to live longer, healthier lives. Antimicrobial resistance, however, is an increasing problem, especially in low-resource settings. This project will employ a range of...
Antibiotics have made it possible for people to live longer, healthier lives. Currently, however, Western medicine is facing a serious threat as bacteria are developing resistance to antibiotics and there...
An experimental international vaccine trial is sending 800 Finns to Benin, West-Africa and the objective of this study is to investigate its conduct. In reference to literature on clinical trials...