Using the citizen science project BatMapper, researchers ask the public to assist in collecting data that will help in understanding the impact a northward shift in distribution will have on the northern bat, a species now classified as near-threatened.
A national survey will study the prevalence of sexual harassment and gender-based violence in academia. At the end of April, a questionnaire will be sent to randomly selected students, doctoral students and staff.
A new coalition is urging governments to prevent long-term – and essentially permanent – dire global consequences from the Earth’s cryosphere (snow and ice) regions due to overshoot of the Paris climate goals, just as the U.S.-hosted Climate Summit begins.
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (KVA) rewards seven researchers for their work in physics, chemistry, medicine and economic sciences, as well as for initiatives that have promoted Swedish research. Three of the researchers come from the department of Biochemistry and Biophysics at Stockholm University.
An Art, Architecture and Design session hosted by the Centre for Creative Arts, Cultures and Engagement (CREATURE), with special guest Tanja Schult, associate professor in Art History at the Department for Culture and Aestetchics.
Stockholm University conducts independent basic research and impartial applied research of high calibre.