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  • Food trucks get a new location 2018-10-16 From September 4th, there are two food trucks in the university area. They have been stationed between Gréen's Villa and Arrhenius but are from now on located at the entrance to Arrhenius, houses A-C, in Frescati.
  • Bild av Marianna Oklejak About the Polish Picturebook 2018-10-11 Welcome to an open Guest Lecture by Małgorzata Cackowska, Anita Wincencjusz-Patyna and Grażka Lange
  • Foto: Paul Bentzen Small-brained female guppies aren’t drawn to attractive males 2018-10-10 Female guppies with smaller brains can distinguish attractive males, but they don’t recognise them as being more appealing or choose to mate with them
  • Anezka Kuzmicova about how our memory is affected when we read digitally 2018-10-09 The online journal “First Monday” has published a new article by Anezka Kuzmicova, Literature scholar at the Department of Culture and Aesthetics, co-authored with Theresa Schilhab, neurobiologist at Aarhus University, and Gitte Balling, library and information specialist at the University of Copenhagen.
  • EU funding to HERA-project 2018-10-05 The project ”Integrating Environment and Health Research: a Vision for the EU” (HERA), where Stockholm University is one of the partners, has been granted EU funding.
  • Hiranya Peiris, Photo: Serena Nobili/Oskar Klein Centre Five major research grants to Stockholm University 2018-10-05 The projects span research into the creation of mitochondrial ribosomes – which can give new tools against certain types of cancer – to studying and learning more about the fundamental physical nature of dark matter and dark energy.
  • Broad genetic variation on the Pontic-Caspian Steppe 2018-10-04 The genetic variation within the Scythian nomad group is so broad that it must be explained with the group assimilating people it came in contact with. This is shown in a new study on Bronze and Iron Age genetics of the Pontic-Caspian Steppe, situated in the Black Sea region.
  • Ankare på botten i en grund vik. Foto: Joakim Hansen Fish habitats degraded by recreational boating 2018-10-03 In a new scientific article, researchers show that small boat marinas have a clear impact on the vegetation on the seabed. The study also shows that this vegetation is very important for recruitment of several coastal fish species, including perch and pike.

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