A Swedish university founded in 1829 offering master of science and doctoral degrees. Research is carried out in the main engineering sciences as well as in technology related mathematical and natural sciences. Five hundred faculty members work in more than 100 departments organised in nine schools. Chalmers collaborates with the University of Göteborg.
Around 8500 people work and study on the Chalmers campus, including around 500 faculty members and some 600 teachers and doctoral students. About 4800 students follow the master degree programs. Every year 700 Masters of Science in Engineering and in Architecture graduate from Chalmers, and about 190 PhDs and licentiates are awarded. Some 40% of Sweden’s engineers and architects are Chalmers graduates.
About a thousand research projects are in progress and more than 1500 scientific articles and research reports are published every year. Chalmers is a partner in 80 EC research projects.
Address: S-412 96 Göteborg, Sweden.
an endocrine secretion that depresses or inhibits physiological activity. noun any internal secretion that inhibits a physiological process or function chalone cha·lone (kā’lōn’, kāl’ōn’) n. A hormone that inhibits rather than stimulates. Any of several polypeptides produced by a tissue and causing the reversible inhibition of mitosis in cells of that tissue.
Also called Châlons-sur-Marne [sha-lawn-syr-marn] /ʃa lɔn sürˈmarn/ (Show IPA). a city in and the capital of Marne, in NE France: defeat of Attila a.d. 451. Also called Châlons-sur-Saône [sha-lawn-syrsohn] /ʃa lɔ̃ˈsürsoʊn/ (Show IPA). a city in E France, on the Saône River. 60,451.
a river in NE France, flowing W to the Seine near Paris: battles 1914, 1918, 1944. 325 miles (525 km) long. a department in N France. 3168 sq. mi. (8205 sq. km). Capital: Châlons-sur-Marne. noun a department of NE France, in Champagne-Ardenne region. Capital: Châlons-sur-Marne. Pop: 563 027 (2003 est). Area: 8205 sq km (3200 […]
a dynasty of central India, ruling a.d. c500–753, and restored a.d. 973–1190.