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  • Undergrad Thesis Prize awarded to Caroline Olsson 2019-12-05 IIES Research Assistant and Data Analyst, Caroline Olsson, has received the inaugural Undergraduate Thesis Prize for Global Priorities Research from the Forethought Foundation.
  • Foto: Etienne Boulanger/Unsplash Data Management Plan – Why write one and how to do it 2019-12-05 Welcome to a seminar on drafting a Data Management Plan (DMP) – an effective means of gaining control over how research data is managed, stored and located.
  • What power do algorithms have over us? 2019-12-04 Every day we hand over control to machines even though we do not understand how they work. Stanley Greenstein wants to shed light on the black boxes of artificial intelligence that are making decisions that affect people.
  • New networks in digital human science 2019-12-04 Does digital human science exist? If so what is it? The question was the basis for the assignment that Uno Fors began in 2016. Now he knows, and sees a future for this field of research.
  • Photo: Mimi Thian/Unsplash New framework agreement for SPSS 2019-12-04 Stockholm University now has a new agreement for SPSS, and the new activation codes are available.
  • Singles without children new risk group for poverty in Sweden 2019-12-04 While the risk of poverty among single parents has long been known to be a problem, a new study from the Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI) shows that single persons without children also faced a drastic increase in poverty risk. The researchers can now link this increase in poverty to cutbacks in the unemployment insurance.
  • Four Wallenberg Academy Fellows 2019-12-03 The Wallenberg Academy fellowships make it possible for four researchers to study the atmosphere of the oldest stars in the Milky Way, energy conversions in cells, the role of group theory in geometry as well as the long-term effects of unconditional cash transfer.
  • Photo: Pieter De Frenne Tiny woodlands are more important than previously thought 2019-12-03 Small woodlands in farmland have more benefits for humans per area, compared to large forests according to a new study.

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