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  • 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.
  • La Pandemia y el retorno del Estado 2020-05-28 Nuevo artículo de A. Rivarola en la revista digital @Latinoamérica21
  • SUBIC re-opening today the 1st of June 2020 2020-06-01 Stockholm University Brain Imaging Center (SUBIC)  is opening 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

News related to the coronavirus

News about research and other activities at Stockholm University related to the coronavirus.

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