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  • Marko Filipovic, PhD student Marko Filipovic, PhD student 2014-12-10 If you want to help reduce the number of environmental problems, then carrying out research at a world leading institute is a good place to start. This is what drove Marko Filipovic to do a Bachelor, a Master and now a PhD on Persistent Organic Pollution in Water at the Department of Applied Environmental Sciences, at Stockholm University.
  • Fanny Forsberg Lundell, Associate Professor Fanny Forsberg Lundell, Associate Professor 2014-12-10 Fanny Forsberg Lundell is an expert in languages. Her interest in the theory of languages, in particular the acquisition of a second language, set the path for her academic achievements. Today she is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Humanities at Stockholm University.
  • Magnus Bygren, Associate Professor Magnus Bygren, Associate Professor 2014-12-10 With over 20 years in academia, including spells at Harvard and Oxford, Magnus Bygren has a pretty good understanding of why the Department of Sociology at Stockholm University is so popular among foreign Master’s students.
  • Nanouschka Myrberg Burström. Foto: Eva Dalin Archaeology that elicits stories from coin treasures 2013-11-05 Many people find old coins fascinating. To Nanouschka Myrberg Burström, they are also a window to our ancestors’ ways of socialising and thinking. The coins can reveal political and cultural processes, human traditions, or the fate of certain families.
  • Jessica Gustafsson Jessica Gustafsson believes that media and how it’s used is key to understanding the world 2013-01-03 Jessica Gustafsson’s research stretches from the leafy residential streets of Stockholm, to the slums of Nairobi. For it is there, in the heart of the Kenyan capital, that her research is proving how media can help underprivileged groups express themselves to achieve certain means.
  • Ernesto Gonzalez completed his PhD at Stockholm University and is now nearing the completion of a post-doc position in RNA quality control with Prof. Neus Visa at the Department of Molecular Biology and Functional Genomics, Stockholm University. Ernesto Gonzalez, Cuba, completed both a PhD and a postdoc at Stockholm University 2012-07-24 Ernesto Gonzalez completed his PhD at Stockholm University and is now nearing the completion of a post-doc position in RNA quality control with Prof. Neus Visa at the Department of Molecular Biology and Functional Genomics, Stockholm University.
  • Prefekt Arjen Stroeven Arjen Stroeven—from student to Head of Department 2012-04-13 Arjen Stroeven came to Sweden in 1987 to pursue his interest in Nordic Geography. Today, he’s professor and head of department at Stockholm University’s Department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology.
  • Professor Gunnel Forsberg Internationalization at Stockholm University "a positive development" 2012-01-25 Master's programmes at the Department of Human Geography attract students from all over the world, with students from Iran, Bangledesh, Africa, China, Canada, the EU and of course Sweden. Professor Gunnel Forsberg, Head of the Department of Human Geography, is excited by the international flavour of the master’s courses run by her department.
  • Professor Georgia Destouni, Department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology Georgia Destouni on pollution in the Baltic 2011-09-26 Researchers from Stockholm University have recently caught the attention of the international media with a study published in the journal Global Biogeochemical Cycles, which revealed large pollutant loads from land to the sea are missed by existing monitoring efforts.
  • Professor Helena Wulff of Stockholm University's Department of Social Anthropology Helena Wulff – what Sweden can learn from Ireland 2011-09-08 "There's something in Irish culture that has led the Irish to be such good writers," says Professor Helena Wulff of Stockholm University's Department of Social Anthropology, on a small country that boasts four literary Nobel laureates in the twentieth century. She believes that if we can understand the approach to writing that the Irish are developing, it may have an impact on the way writing is taught in Sweden.
  • Director of Berzelii Center EXSELENT Professor Xiaodong Zou Xiaodong Zou talks about collaboration with the business community 2011-09-08 An important new Centre of Excellence in research and innovation called the Berzelii Center EXSELENT on Porous Materials was established at Stockholm University last year. Director of the Centre is Professor Xiaodong Zou, who is amongst the best in the world when it comes to making porous crystalline materials like zeolites.
  • Anki Östlund Farrants explores abnormalities in DNA Anki Östlund Farrants explores abnormalities in DNA 2011-09-08 Stockholm cell biologists explore why abnormalities in the packaging of DNA occur. "Stockholm University is an exciting place to be for all kinds of DNA research," says Ann-Kristin Östlund Farrants, who heads up the Chromatin Remodelling-Group at Stockholm University's Department of Cell Biology.
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