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  • Horizon Europe budget petition 2020-02-14 The European Union is the third largest research funding source for Stockholm University. Under the current EU Framework Programme, Horizon 2020, 77 million Euros have been granted to researchers at the university; 50 % more than in the entire previous programme (FP7)! This is a very welcome development, but the budget for the coming seven-year programme, Horizon Europe (beginning in 2021), is now under threat of being reduced further.
  • Photographs of pages from the Atlas of Athenian Inscriptions (Bound book, 450x450mm). © Konstantinos Avramidis, 2018. Constructing an Atlas of Athenian graffiti inscriptions 2020-02-13 Welcome to an open lecture by Dr Konstantinos Avramidis, Lecturer in Architecture at the University of Portsmouth. 
  • Astrid Söderbergh Widding Career seminar at Stockholm University 2020-02-13 Stockholm University and the Young Academy of Sweden arranged the seminar “How to succeed as a researcher at SU” on 3 February.
  • Improving the lives of the poor through agricultural land trade 2020-02-12 Assistant Professor, Jonathan de Quidt, with Gharad Bryan (LSE), Mariajose Silva Vargas (Maastricht University) and Tom Wilkening (University of Melbourne) have been awarded a grant of 4,4 MKr from Vetenskapsrådet (The Swedish Research Council) to fund their research in Uganda.
  • Instagram Guest Editor for Stockholm University 2020-02-12 Do you want to show your perspective on Stockholm University? Become an Instagram ambassador for the Instagram account @stockholmuniversity
  • Problems with DiVA access 2020-02-12 Due to a hardware problem with the DiVA database it is not possible to create new records or modify existing data in the database. Full-text downloads and withdrawals from the export service are also significantly affected.
  • Open for late application - Master’s programme in creative and immersive technology 2020-02-11 In a rapidly changing technological landscape, there is an urgent need for knowledge of all three core aspects of design: technology itself, the individual user and societal implications of introducing new technology.
  • New small lakes are formed when the permafrost thaws and the soil collapses, Tavvavuoma in northern Sweden. Photo: Britta Sannel. Increased greenhouse gas emissions as a result of abrupt permafrost thaw 2020-02-07 A new research article, including Stockholm University scientists, shows that abrupt permafrost thaw has important consequences for keeping global warming under 1.5 °C.


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