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  • Information-ikonen Stockholm University's premises will open step by step 2020-07-06 From the beginning of the autumn semester, Stockholm University will return to campus-based teaching as far as possible, on condition that recommendations do not change. Each department is responsible for the planning and opening of its own premises.
  • Långörad fladdermus. Foto: Sirpa Ukura/Mostphotos Researchers need help with bat observations 2020-07-06 Have you seen a bat? Then let the researchers in the BatMapper project know about it! The purpose of the project is to find out how bats are affected by climate change.
  • Spring Term’s online education: a challenge with development potential 2020-07-03 The Center for the Advancement of University Teaching now presents the first results of the survey where students and teachers at Stockholm University have answered questions about their experiences of switching to online education this spring.
  • Photo: Orasis Foto/MÅ Torsten Persson in the Government's Corona Commission 2020-07-03 A commission has been tasked with evaluating the measures taken by the Swedish government and regions to limit the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19 as well as the effects of the spread.
  • Information for students and staff about the coronavirus 2020-07-03 Information on the coronavirus in relation to Stockholm University's activities is updated continuously.
  • Information on useful tools collected in new database 2020-07-03 A new database collects information about available decision support tools, developed to assist ecosystem-based management of the Baltic Sea. There is also information on how well the tools meet important performance criteria.
  • "Stockholm could die from the Coronavirus" 2020-07-03 New research by IIES Associate Professor Kurt Mitman on the effects of COVID-19 on society featured in Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet.
  • På hyggen finns stora mängder grenar och toppar som kan användas bland annat till textilier. Foto: Mostphotos/Kennerth Kullman. Roots and branches will become clothes for healthcare professionals 2020-07-01 Residues from Swedish forestry will replace cotton in the production of clothing textile fabrics for attire worn by healthcare providers, and thus reduce the climate load.
  • Alumni Mentorship Programme 2020-21 2020-07-01 Connecting students with alumni for mutual benefit.
  • One year with Stockholm Trio 2020-06-30 Just over 12 months ago, the Stockholm Trio University Alliance was launched. The University Alliance between the Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm University and KTH has been extended and further developed within several areas over the course of the year. Joint representation in Brussels is a vision that is set to be realised this autumn.
  • Nearly one-fifth of world's ocean floor is now mapped 2020-06-29 The Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project, which aims to facilitate the complete mapping of the global ocean floor by 2030, has announced the inclusion of 14.5 million square kilometres of new bathymetric data in the latest GEBCO Grid.
  • Stockholms gamla observatorium. foto: Mostphotos/Gamma-Man 2020-03-02 Warmest winter in Stockholm on record 2020-06-29 This year’s winter in Stockholm is the warmest one on record since daily weather observations began in 1756. Explore the database of Bolin Centre for Climate Research.
  • Jane Gaines Photo: Unknown Professor: "Everyone assumed that men founded the film industry" 2020-06-26 ”Friends of those heads of industries wrote those first versions of what happened. And little by little it was forgotten that women were instrumental”, said Professor Jane Gaines, Columbia University, N.Y., newly awarded with an honorary doctorate degree by Stockholm University.
  • Congratulations Agneta Norén, Teacher of the Year 2020! 2020-06-26 For the third year running, the "Teacher of the Year" award goes to the Chemistry Section! This year, the well-deserved winner is named Agneta Norén, who teaches biochemistry on the Bachelor's program in chemistry.
  • Learn new methods to study inequalities and population change 2020-06-25 We offer the only comprehensive programme of demographic training in Sweden. Our master’s programmes taught in English will give you strong skills in quantitative methods, instruction from internationally renowned professors and a solid base for a career in various types of organizations.
  • ESRI User Conference and Educational Summit 2020-06-24 ESRI's annual user conference this year will take place digitally. Registration is free for all employees and all registered students can participate free of charge.
  • Gianfranco Selgas doktorand i spanska, Romklass Entrevista con Sergio Chejfec, autor y profesor de escritura creativa, Universidad de Nueva York 2020-06-22 Gianfranco Selgas, doctorando en español con enfoque en literatura y cultura latinoamericana, entrevista a Sergio Chejfec
  • The Library is digital until August 23. 2020-06-22 To reduce the spread of the corona virus we refer to our digital channels. You can borrow books in the library at 1-2 pm on Mondays and Wednesdays and at 11 am -12 pm all other weekdays. Only visit us when you are completely healthy.
  • Photo XENON collaboration Excess Events observed in Dark Matter Experiment 2020-06-18 Scientists from the international XENON collaboration announced today that data from their XENON1T, the world's most sensitive dark matter experiment, show a surprising excess of events.
  • Major processes related to vegetation and fauna controlling benthic biogeochemical fluxes. To the article! Potentials of mechanistic modeling of biogeochemical processes 2020-06-18 In a new paper, researchers from the Baltic Sea Centre together with others, discuss and review mechanistic modeling of biogeochemical processes in coastal areas. According to the authors, including and improving the descriptions of biomasses and metabolism of benthic fauna in ecosystem models is necessary if we want to understand the effects of environmental changes.
  • Ronald Van den Berg one of 13 researchers funded by SUBIC 2020-06-17 Associate professor Ronald Van den Berg has been granted research time at SUBIC, Stockholm University Brain Imaging Centre, for the project "Investigating the neural basis of flexibility in the allocation of visual working memory resources".
  • Grant received to study effects of pension reform 2020-06-17 Skandia's affiliated foundations have decided to support new research where the purpose is to study the effect of Sweden's reformed pension system on household savings.
  • Summer concert with Osqstämman Summer songs at the last digital Third Tuesday for the academic year 2020-06-17 Tuesday 16 June the Alumni Relations team arranged the last digital alumni afterwork before the summer holidays. To welcome the summer we enjoyed songs sung by the student choir Osqstämman. Click on the picture to see the concert!
  • Sofiya Voytiv. Photo: Leila Zoubir/Stockholm University How does conflict in the “homeland” affect the diaspora? 2020-06-16 The ongoing Ukrainian-Russian conflict can also affect the diaspora in Sweden.
  • Foto: Mostphotos. New funding to Swedish research programme on geopolitics and sustainability trends 2020-06-16 The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research, Mistra, has announced a package of funding for the interdisciplinary research programme Mistra Geopolitics.
  • Research on gender equality and diversity receives funding 2020-06-12 Marie Gustafsson Sendén, Associate Professor at the Department of Psychology, has been granted EU funding in the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks, MSCA-ITN, call for proposals.
  • Research about European Weather Extremes receives funding 2020-06-12 Rodrigo Caballero, professor at the Department of Meteorology, has been rewarded EU funding in the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks, MSCA-ITN, call for proposals.
  • New intermediate steps of gene expression are characterized in human mitochondria 2020-06-12 Researchers from DBB and Karolinska Institute visualized early steps on the initiation pathway of translation in human mitochondria. The study published in Nature Communication involved cryo-EM, fluorescence cross-correlation spectroscopy, and single-molecule imaging.
  • The disrupted surface of the large roche moutonnée at Bodagrottorna, Iggesund. The hill is riddled with fracture caves (Photo: Maarten Krabbendam). How ice sheets rip rocks apart 2020-06-11 A new process of glacial erosion recognised, the first for nearly 200 years.
  • John Hassler new board member at FORES 2020-06-11 FORES is a green and liberal think tank. They are a foundation and non-profit NGO and seek to renew the debate in Sweden with a belief in entrepreneurship and creating opportunities for people to shape their own lives.
  • Student message from President Astrid Söderbergh Widding 2020-06-10 You can view the message from the Stockholm University President here.
  • Stockholm University ranks 181 in the QS ranking 2020-06-10 Stockholm University is at place 181 in the QS World University Ranking 2020. On a national level Stockholm University ranks at number five.
  • Spermier och ägg. Bild: Mostphotos Human eggs prefer some men’s sperm over others, research shows 2020-06-10 Human eggs use chemical signals to attract sperm. New research from Stockholm University and Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust shows that eggs use these chemical signals to “choose” sperm.
  • TQC mix thumbnail. Messages from our alumni during the pandemic 2020-06-09 In order to foster the spirit of community and create connection across geographical divides, the Alumni Relations team reached out to alumni internationally in April, when the pandemic had truly become global. Alumni from around the world shared with us both on film and in writing about how they were coping. Watch the video and read messages from our global alumni community.
  • SSF funded Research Center in Plant Biotechnology 2020-06-08 The lab of Alexey Amunts will be part of a new SSF Research Center for Future Advanced Technology for Sustainability
  • Mainly online teaching during the summer 2020-06-08 Stockholm University continues to provide mainly online teaching during the summer of 2020. Exceptions can be made for practical study parts or field studies which includes up to 50 people.
  • Survey on this Spring’s online education 2020-06-08 The University would like to better understand students’ and teachers’ experiences with this Spring’s online education. The purpose is to learn from these experiences so that the University is better equipped for the future and provides sustainable teaching that supports student learning.
  • Couple by a lagoon in Iceland. Photo by Andrik Langfield on Unsplash In the end, most people tend to marry – even in Iceland 2020-06-08 Even though a vast majority of the firstborn children in Iceland are born outside of marriage, most parents there tend to marry in the end.
  • Bark Inside Outside Att uppleva konst hemifrån - Sara Nielsen Bonde 2020-06-08 Welcome to an online exhibition 7-16 June. Curated by Silvia Thomackenstein as part of a degree project within Curating Art, International Master’s Programme at Stockholm University.
  • Universeum Science Centre in Gothenburg. Stockholm Resilience Centre launches partnership with Universeum 2020-06-08 Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC) and the Swedish national science centre Universeum join forces in an effort to bring the latest science on climate change and biosphere stewardship closer to people’s attention.
  • New insights into Stone Age cultural and social interaction 2020-06-05 Researchers have investigated archaeological and genetic information to investigate cultural interaction and influences between the Battle Axe Culture (BAC) and the Pitted Ware Culture (PWC)
  • COVID19 shows us that its “Time for Nature” this World Environment Day 2020-06-05 Today, it's World Environment Day and the United Nation's way of encouraging awareness for the protection of our environment.
  • The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on women and women’s rights in Latin America 2020-06-05 Panelist: Michelle Bachelet, Margot Wallström and Nadine Gasman
  • Law - a necessary but insufficient way to manage water quality 2020-06-03 At each side of the Atlantic ocean, two completely different coastal areas have become iconic poster children for eutrophication and served as blue prints for marine management approaches. During a joint webinar between the Baltic Sea Centre and Stockholm Environmental Law and Policy Centre, the governance of these two regions were discussed.
  • Flore Kunst - Photo: Serena Nobili /Stockholm university Flore Kunst receives the Oseen medal 2020-06-03 Flore Kunst defended her PhD thesis at the Department of Physics last year. She has now been awarded the Oseen medal for her promising thesis.
  • Today’s massive flow of chemicals places new demands on risk management. Managing chemicals in groups and introducing mixture risk assessments into all chemicals legislation are two key measures to protect health and the environment. Photo: Bengt Olsson/Mostphotos Time for smarter and safer chemical management 2020-06-02 Today’s massive flow of chemicals places new demands on risk management. Managing chemicals in groups and introducing mixture risk assessments into all chemicals legislation are two key measures to protect health and the environment.
  • SUBIC is reopened 2020-06-02 Stockholm University Brain Imaging Center (SUBIC) opened again 1st of June with restrictions and some new regulations aiming at avoiding transmission of the COVID-19 virus and protecting those belonging to a risk group, in conformance with the recommendations from the Public Health Agency of Sweden.
  • Emelie Adamsson with her dissertation The Construction of Corporate Irresponsibility. We congratulate Emelie Adamsson 2020-06-01 Emelie Adamsson's research area is in communication with a focus on corporate responsibility and sustainability. Emelie defended her thesis The Construction of Corporate Irresponsibility at Stockholm Business School on Thursday, May 28.
  • Research at SUBIC about how we talk to each other 2020-06-01 The newly opened Stockholm University Brain Imaging Centre in the Arrhenius Laboratory at the University’s Frescati campus has advanced equipment performing for brain imaging for research related to how the brain works. Julia Uddén at the Department of Psychology and Mattias Heldner at the Department of Linguistics are two of the research scientists who have used the equipment.
  • New NiMH batteries perform better when made from recycled old NiMH batteries 2020-06-01 A new method for recycling old batteries can provide better performing and cheaper rechargeable hydride batteries (NiMH) as shown in a new study by researchers at Stockholm University.
  • Perspective article in Science 2020-05-29 Seafloor mapping shows that Antarctic ice sheets retreated faster during the last deglaciation than today
  • New centre for international relations 2020-05-29 The Network for the History of International Relations has been re-established as the Hans Blix Centre for the History of International Relations.
  • Photograph taken in 1938 North of Dalhart, Texas. Photo: https://www.loc.gov/item/2017770620/ ‘Dust bowl’ heatwaves more than twice as likely 2020-05-29 New study shows that heatwaves like the 1930s Dust Bowl in the US are more than twice as likely due to climate change.
  • Hidehisa Matsumoto this year’s Global Swede 2020-05-29 The Global Swede Award is honouring international students who excel in areas closely related to innovation and entrepreneurship. They should also be good representatives of their own country as well as Sweden.
  • La Pandemia y el retorno del Estado 2020-05-28 Nuevo artículo de A. Rivarola en la revista digital @Latinoamérica21
  • The gene helping submerged plants 2020-05-28 Climate change threatens plants as the risks of flooding increase. A new study from Stockholm University shows that special genes are key to keeping plants from withering, remaining healthy and resistant to a lack of oxygen when they are underwater for a period of long time.
  • It is not yet possible to compare the development of Covid-19 in different countries 2020-05-26 This is explained by Statistics Professor Dan Hedlin in an interview with Radio Sweden, commenting on "Sweden topped COVID-19 deaths per capita" headlines in different media.
  • Solves major problems in life’s small building blocks 2020-05-26 Xiaodong Zou is a real problem solver – she develops methods for exploring the world at the atomic level.
  • Service Centre – Frescati Södra 2020-05-26 At service centre we assist all employees, students and visitors of the University with different facility issues. Service centre also manage accommodation related issues for international students and visiting researchers.
  • The Royal National City Park 25 years 2020-05-25 25 years ago the world’s first national urban park was formed.
  • Have you used your SU email address for a private Zoom account? 2020-05-25 Have you used your student email to register for a private Zoom account? If so, you have to change to a private email address to keep following distance learning at SU.
  • Photo: Ingmarie Andersson Online teaching until 30 August 2020-05-25 The University plans to make a partial return to campus-based teaching from 31 August 2020, provided the authorities' recommendations and rules allow for this change. Detailed planning for the autumn term will be carried out by departments. A decision will be communicated to students via the department's website as soon as possible, and no later than 15 July.
  • Study with Emma 2020-05-13 Do you feel lonely studying alone in quarantine? Maybe you want some study company when all teaching is online? Why not spend 25 minutes of quiet study time with our master’s student Emma in this #studywithme video which was shot at Stockholm University’s Frescati Library before the pandemic.
  • The art of working at home 2020-05-13 Working from home can be useful for being able to focus on certain tasks, however one runs the risk that work and non-work activities will merge together.
  • LAGLOBE – Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) 2020-05-13 Call for applications to the Erasmus Mundus scholarship - Latin American and Europe in a Global World - 120 credits - LAGLOBE Master is an innovative, interdisciplinary and international master’s programme in Latin American studies. Students will gain multidimensional and cross-cultural competences.
  • Agricultural Land Trade for Poverty Reduction 2020-05-12 Assistant Professor, Jonathan de Quidt, with Gharad Bryan, Mariajose Silva Vargas and Tom Wilkening have been awarded a grant of 4,4 MKr from the Swedish Research Council to fund their research in Uganda.
  • LAGLOBE Students 2019-2020 A unique international master’s programme in Latin American studies 2020-05-12 The LAGLOBE Master’s programme “Latin America and Europe in a Global World” spans two continents and three universities. The students are even more diverse and the studies are strikingly interdisciplinary, creating a unique opportunity to learn and better understand the world, say three students at the programme.
  • A world tour with the digital “Third Tuesday” 2020-05-08 What was Svante Arrénius’ discovery about the climate? Which Swedish prime ministers have studied at Stockholm University? And what came first, the moon landing or suitcases with wheels?
  • Stockholm universitets nya webbshop för profilprodukter New web shop for university merchandise 2020-05-08 There’s a new web shop for SU branded products which allows you to order profiled products that strengthen the university’s visual identity.
  • First newsletter from the CIVIS alliance 2020-05-07 Stockholm University is a member of CIVIS – the European Civic University Alliance, that brings together students and employees from eight universities in Europe, since last year. The alliance's first newsletter has now been released and it includes, among other news, an interview with President Astrid Söderbergh Widding, who is now the President of CIVIS.
  • CANCELLED - Subjects in Romance 2020-05-07 The purpose of the symposium is to bring together researchers who have conducted studies on subjects in Romance languages.
  • "Sustainability must be integrated into the activities" 2020-05-07 Sustainability is not a separate issue but rather must be integrated into the University’s activities in its entirety, so says Johan Kuylenstierna. Since February, he has been the Advisor to the President for Sustainability.
  • Photo: Niklas Björling Coping as a student during Covid-19 2020-05-06 Are you struggling with studying remotely? Are you starting to feel isolated? We have gathered together some tips to make student life a little easier during quarantine.
  • New Zoom version – everyone must upgrade 2020-05-06 E-meeting service Zoom is releasing a new version that mainly focusses on functions related to security. All Zoom users need to upgrade before May 31 in order to keep using Zoom.
  • Detail of still from video trailer for Jennifer Hayashida’s book A Machine Wrote This Song. Image credit: Jennifer Hayashida and Benj Gerdes. Curating Art at Accelerator: Navigating Across Borders 2020-05-05 Navigating Across Borders is a collaboration between the exhibition space Accelerator and the International Master’s Programme in Curating Art at the Department of Culture and Aesthetics at Stockholm University. Curator for this live streamed event is Yuying Hu.
  • LaGlobeStudents 19_20 Webinar for applicants to the LAGLOBE Programme 2020-05-05 Join our webinar to learn more about the LAGLOBE master’s programme Latin America and Europe in a Global World.
  • Katherine Freese elected to the National Academy of Sciences 2020-05-05 Astrophysicist Katherine Freese, professor at the Department of Physics, Stockholm University, and at The University of Texas at Austin, has been elected to the US National Academy of Sciences.
  • New mapping shows which cells SARS-CoV-2 can infect 2020-04-30 Scientists have identified which cells in the body that the new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) can infect. The results could lead to better treatment of the virus.
  • The experts’ best book tips for corona times 2020-04-30 Are you tired of the world being limited? It doesn't have to be. Four literature experts from Stockholm University give their best book tips for the time of corona.
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Members of IAWRT delivered a report showing the poor working conditions female employees of a public service broadcaster in India's capital New Delhi were facing - revealing among other things that there were no toilets for women. Photo: SavvaPanf Photo © 2018 Mostphotos. Researcher: No toilets for women in Indian public service broadcaster 2020-04-30 Last year IAWRT, an international association for women working in the media sector, finalized a 4-year gender equality project that was conducted in India, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya and South Africa. In a new handbook on gender equality in media, Greta Gober, Stockholm University, describes the IAWRT members' experiences of the project.
  • A hidden treasure: Stockholm University´s green house plant collection 2020-04-29 Up on the rooftop at Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences (DEEP) hides a green treasure in a realm of light. It’s DEEPs greenhouse and used for both teaching biology students about plants, as well as for research purposes.
  • POSTPONED to September! Cultural Evolution Symposium: Animal intelligence 2020-04-27 The Centre for Cultural Evolution invites to an open symposium on Animal intelligence: theoretical concerns, replications crisis, and future directions. This is an interdisciplinary symposium with speakers from the humanities, social- and natural sciences.
  • New dissertation - Marcus Fjellström - Food Cultures in Sápmi 2020-04-27 The aim of this thesis is to highlight the heterogeneous cultural landscape in Sápmi through the study of food. By studying food and the choices of specific foodstuffs in Sápmi AD 600–1900, a greater understanding can be gained on the history of this area during the period.
  • Use your power to treat your colleagues well! 2020-04-27 Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences (DEEP) organized a workshop aiming to prevent the misuse of power. Now they hope that other departments at SU will follow in their footsteps.
  • Spritblandning i samhällets tjänst Stockholm University chemists in drive to meet hospital sanitiser shortage 2020-04-23 Just over 8,300 litres of newly produced hand sanitiser, plastic gloves, face masks and other disposable items in high demand have been assembled by chemists at Stockholm University to be delivered to hospitals to help meet current urgent healthcare needs in the current COVID-19 crisis.
  • Children's fears in the time of Covid-19 2020-04-23 At the present time many children see the future as frightening and very uncertain. Helena Hörnfeldt, Associate Professor of Ethnology, has recently completed a research project about children’s fears.
  • Anna-Lena Spetz Foto: Ludwig Holmgren On the hunt for a Covid-19 treatment 2020-04-22 Immunologist Anna-Lena Spetz is leading the "Fight–nCoV" project at Stockholm University. Her team has been granted 2.8 million euros from the EU to develop an antiviral treatment for Covid-19.
  • 5.8 million kronor for Stockholm Material Hub 2020-04-21 Region Stockholm has granted 36.4 million kronor to technology projects that couple basic research with entrepreneurship. Stockholm Material Hub, led by Stockholm University researchers James Shen, Aji Mathew and Mirva Eriksson, has received 5.8 mSEK to develop materials for use in healthcare and bring them to market.
  • Light microscopy of fat cells and a heat map of adipose tissue. SU researchers seek solutions to the obesity problem 2020-04-17 The increasing prevalence of obesity is a major challenge to society. At the Department of Molecular Biosciences, the Wenner-Gren Institute, researchers are investigating how increased metabolism can help the body burn fat and sugar.
  • Martin Jastroch 14 Million SEK to metabolism research 2020-04-17 The Novo Nordisk Foundation in Denmark has chosen 2020’s Ascending Investigator Grant in Endocrinology & Metabolism. The grant went to Martin Jastroch of Stockholm University.
  • Photo: Ingmarie Andersson/Stockholm University New Research Assistants to join the IIES 2020-04-17 Juan Llavador Peralt, Ida Kristine Haavi and Jinci Liu will join the IIES as RAs in September 2020!
  • The weird and wonderful world of grasses: 6 things you did not know about grasses 2020-04-15 When you hear the word “grass” you typically think of a green lawn neatly grown in a garden or park. However, the world of grasses entails so much more. Discover more in the blog post.
  • Nine new Honorary Doctorates at Stockholm University 2020 2020-04-15 Stockholm University has chosen this year’s honorary doctors, all of whom have contributed in distinctive ways to the University’s activities in research and education. The new honorary doctors are: Jane Gaines, Tobias Svanelid, Lars Hörngren, Yuto Kitamura, Ann Åberg, Karen Kohfeld, Fernando Martín, Joanna Rose and John Rubinstein.
  • Mobile phone can contribute to simple virus testing 2020-04-14 Professor Mats Nilsson at Stockholm University is leading one of the projects focusing on covid-19, which now receives funding from SciLifeLab and the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. The project is about developing a quick and easy test for viruses, where the mobile phone can become an important tool.
  • How you can work from home 2020-04-14 Here you will find tips on tools you can use if you need to work from home.
  • Artificial intelligence for simulating pandemics 2020-04-08 Aron Larsson and Panagiotis Papapetrou are supported by Vinnova to simulate pandemics together with the Public Health Agency of Sweden.
  • Students admitted to international master's programmes increase by 17 percent 2020-04-08 The notification of selection results has now been sent out to all who applied for master's programmes starting this autumn. Across the country, the number of admitted students increased by 13 percent compared to the autumn term in 2019.
  • Karolinska Institutet, KTH and Stockholm University form the university alliance Stockholm trio 2020-04-07 The aim with the university alliance is to strengthen the development of the Stockholm region and to highlight the internationally distinguished research and education environment that the three universities constitute together.
  • New professorship in sustainable food system 2020-04-07 Stockholm Resilience Centre will host a newly established professorship in sustainability science with focus on sustainable food systems, funded by the Curt Bergfors Foundation
  • How you can study from home 2020-04-03 Here you will find tips on tools you can use if you need to study from home.

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