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Stockholm University and Agenda 2030
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University in numbers
We currently have about 27,000 students, 1,400 doctoral students, and 5,700 members of staff active in the scientific areas of Science and Human Science. More facts in numbers.
Recent research on pre-Christian Nordic religion demonstrates that there was much greater variation in Norse religion than previously thought. This is one of the conclusions of a new comprehensive interdisciplinary compilation of the research landscape.
Sidestepping hit-and-miss experiments and the need for luck in the lab, artificial intelligence can help direct chemists and companies to likely new organic materials for use in electronics – and more, including unlocking secrets of the Universe.
Using advanced infrastructure at SciLifeLab and Stockholm University, scientists uncover how the body’s energy makers are made. A new paper published in Science by Alexey Amunts’ laboratory with an international team of researchers reports the molecular mechanism of membrane-tethered protein synthesis in mitochondria.