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Aborre med strömming i munnen. Fotograf: Ul Bergström, SLU

Large predatory fish maintain healthy waters

A new study shows that large predatory fish are important for the functioning of ecosystems and that it is possible to counteract negative effects of eutrophication by strengthening stocks of predatory fish.

Tina Goldschmidt. Photo: Leila Zoubir / Stockholm University

What matters for attitudes towards including immigrants in the welfare state

Native-born Swedes who have unemployed immigrants in their neighborhoods are more likely to feel negatively towards immigrants’ inclusion in the welfare state.

Influenza gene segments visualized in cells during replication. The cell nuclei are in grey and the influenza gene segments are labeled as dots with a particular color.

New method helps fighting future pandemics

By developing a new technique for labeling the gene segments of influenza viruses, researchers now know more about how influenza viruses enter the cell and establish cell co-infections – a major contributing factor to potential pandemic development.

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