Behind the scenes in the university art collections
European universities celebrate their common cultural heritage through European Academic Heritage Day. Stockholm University contributes with two films about the research on the university art collections.
Using x-ray lasers, researchers at Stockholm University have been able to follow the transformation between two distinct different liquid states of water, both being made of H2O molecules. At around -63 Centigrade the two liquids exist at different pressure regimes with a density difference of 20%. By rapidly varying the pressure before the sample could freeze, it was possible to observe one liquid changing into the other in real time. Their findings are published in the journal Science.
Stockholm University will participate in the European Higher Education Virtual fair to chat with students from Indonesia. Join us to learn more about Stockholm as a study destination and about Stockholm University!
There are plenty of good reasons to join the Stockholm University Alumni Network and stay in touch with us after your studies. We host a range of different activities where alumni - and even students - are welcome - both in Stockholm and abroad. Join us on Zoom to learn more about the Stockholm University Alumni Network.