UN Environment Director: We do not have the time to waste!
Science has an important role to play in the transition to a sustainable society. But more cooperation is needed and decision-makers have to act more quickly. Those were the main messages at an sustainability conference.
Professor Lena Kautsky from Stockholm University is one of the authors behind the new report, which concludes that consideration needs to be taken to sensitive benthic areas, sound sensitive animals, as well as seabirds when wind farms are established. It also concludes that the turbine foundations can act as artificial reefs.
Stockholm University Brain Imaging Centre (SUBIC) is happy to announce the awardees of the time grant of Spring 2022. The grant consists of free of charge access to one of the method platforms SUBIC offers.
We invite researchers at all stages of their career to The Stockholm Health Day on the topic of Children and Health 2022, October 20-21 at the Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University.
Today’s dogs descended from two different wolf populations that were domesticated in East or Central Asia. Researchers have come to this conclusion after analyzing DNA from prehistoric wolves in the northern hemisphere. Dogs of African and European origin also have a certain heritage from prehistoric wolves in the Middle East in their DNA. The study was recently published in Nature.