“Climate and energy – An interdisciplinary perspective” will take learners on a digital tour of the island Utö. The learners will meet academics from several universities and learn more about the climate crisis.
Six students from Stockholm University are going to Brussels on 2-3 February 2023 to representing Sweden at the European Council Simulation Exercise ConSIMium. "I'm looking forward to gaining a deeper understanding of the work of the EU Council", says SU Law student Hannah Bischoff, who is part of the Swedish team.
Researchers at Stockholm University and Sinopec Shanghai Research Institute of Petrochemical Technology have demonstrated the high-throughput phase elucidation of highly complex polycrystalline zeolite materials using the automated serial rotation electron diffraction (SerialRED) method. Using SerialRED, five zeolite phases have been identified from a highly complex synthesized mixture.
New research by Professors Torsten Persson (IIES) and Timothy Besley (LSE) shows how market failures, as well as policy failures, can prevent welfare-enhancing green transitions, or make ongoing green transitions too slow.