How to succeed in keeping your New Year’s resolution
New Year’s Eve is coming up, a holiday when many people choose to make a New Year’s resolution. They may be hard to keep, but research shows there is one possible way to succeed – rephrase your resolution.
A new study published in PNAS finds that aid provided by the United Nations (UN) in the aftermath of climate-related disasters is driven by humanitarian need rather than by strategic donor interests. The results underline the importance of climate-related hazards for understanding aid disbursements.
Eleonor Bredlöv Eknor is a new postdoc at the unit of Early Childhood Education (FUFF) at the Department of Child and Youth Studies. In the interview, she talks about her research area vocational education research, with focus on informal learning processes and about how power and sex contribute to how you become professional.
A large study by the MIBioGen consortium led by the UMCG and including Anna Andreasson from the Stress Research Institute at Stockholm University analyzed the common genetic factors that influence the composition of the human gut microbiome in more than 18,000 people. Now their article appears in Nature Genetics.