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“The best thing about IDS is the mixed disciplines”
“The best thing about IDS is the mixed disciplines”

Johan Iraeus does research on preventing and mitigating vehicle collision injuries at Chalmers.

“Important to keep things going  and motivate the students"
“Important to keep things going and motivate the students"

Chemistry instructor William Siljebo thinks it's important to help the students with study techinques.

Technology to enable intelligent embedded systems
Technology to enable intelligent embedded systems

Tomas Nordström, professor of Intelligent Embedded Systems is studying advanced learning computer systems.

Socially intelligent systems in collaboration with humans
Socially intelligent systems in collaboration with humans

Helena Lindgren's research comprises basic research in AI and applications for increased health.

Chemistry that turns biomass into petrol
Chemistry that turns biomass into petrol

Jyri-Pekka Mikkola's research group have invented renewable petrol. Can they put the system into production?

Maps to explore the information space
Maps to explore the information space

Martin Rosvall is professor of theoretical physics with a specialization in computational science

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Affiliate receives close to 1 million in research grants from Forte
Forte gives 970,000 kr for a project on competence provision for social services in sparsely populated areas
Published: 14 Sep, 2020
Organic pollutants can affect marine bacteria
Marine bacteria can be affected by organic pollutants.
Published: 11 Sep, 2020
Increasing diversity in shallow coastal areas
The species diversity in coastal areas can increase as an effect of climate change.
Published: 11 Sep, 2020
Swedish food strategy questioned in book on Arctic food security
Scientific anthology on food security in the Arctic released today
Published: 10 Sep, 2020
“The best thing about IDS is the mixed disciplines”
Johan Iraeus does research on preventing and mitigating vehicle collision injuries at Chalmers.
Published: 08 Sep, 2020
Toxic algae equipped for the future
The toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium ostenfeldii is well-equipped to meet climate change.
Published: 14 Aug, 2020
Pike - survivors in a changing environment?
The pike's ability to adapt to a diverse environment may be its key to survival.
Published: 14 Aug, 2020
Deadly vitamin deficiency in the sea
Salmon, eider, gulls… Many top predators suffer from thiamin deficiency. Why does the problem arise?
Published: 13 Aug, 2020
Knowledge-hungry water management authorities
Collaboration between research and water management is necessary for a healthy marine environment.
Published: 13 Aug, 2020
EcoChange – for us, and for the sea
We need strong and continuous research on the marine environment, says professor Agneta Andersson.
Published: 12 Aug, 2020
Fish embryos show cocktail effects
The sediments of the seabed serve as large sinks for a variety of environmental toxins. How toxic are they?
Published: 12 Aug, 2020
Old sins cause new problems
Dioxins in herring do not decrease at expected rate. Earlier chlorophenol use may be part of the explanation.
Published: 12 Aug, 2020
Costly to overlook bacterial respiration
If we overlook the role of bacteria respiration, measures might not have the desired effect on oxygen status
Published: 03 Jul, 2020
Ecochange supports sea and water management
The sea and water management needs the results from EcoChange.
Published: 03 Jul, 2020
Underground threat to our national parks
Jonatan Klaminder reckons it’s time to question our attitudes towards these underground diggers.
Published: 24 Jun, 2020