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Time for more sustainability-oriented EU funding - FairTax researchers comment on the recent HLGOR report

Margit Schratzenstaller and Danuše Nerudová comment on "Future Financing of the EU - Final report and recommendations of the High Level Group on Own Resources, December 2016":

37 countries are represented at Molecular Biology


Combined symposium and workshop event "Source localization methods in EEG and MEG", June 15-16, 2017 at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm.


International conference on Cognitive Neuroscience of Executive functions in Padova, Italy, September 28-30 2017.


Research leader offers pointers on how to gain EU funding

On Monday 23 January, Professor Annelies Wilder-Smith, visiting professor at Umeå University and leader of the research consortium ZikaPLAN, will talk about how to create a successful application for an EU-funded research project.

Seminar on protests and digital media

The first DIGSUM seminar will take place in Samvetet from 13:15 on Thursday 26th January. Anne Kaun (Södertörn University) will talk to the title 'Data Times: The Temporalities of Digital Media'.

Sören Wibe Prize 2016 for best article

The Sören Wibe prize was instituted in 2011 in memory of Sören Wibe for the best article in the journal the last two years. The prize, awarded every second year, is awarded to the article in the Journal of Forest Economics which are considered to contribute the most in terms of empirical knowledge o...

US ambassador visits CIRC and the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat in Abisko

Swedish and United States partnerships in science and the polar regions have a long history. This week the United States Ambassador Azita Raji and her team Michael J. Layne and Kristy Plan visited the Abisko Scientific Research Station to experience the Arctic in winter in Sweden first-hand.

Networked learning conference

Members of DIGSUM's research group LICT are organising the open conference "Professional Development and Networked Learning" – jointly with KTH, Mid-Sweden University and Aalborg University – in Aalborg on April 6, 2017.

Climate is no ubiquitous explanation of fluctuations in reindeer numbers

Exploitation of natural resources, such as forestry or gas and oil extraction, and management practices may have faster and greater impacts on reindeer populations than does climate change, a study finds. However, climate change should not be forgotten or underestimated, since reindeer are adapted t...

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