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Mitman Covid piece
IIES-Institute for International Economic Studies

What are Lockdowns Good for?

Predicted COVID-19 fatality rates based on age, sex, comorbidities and health system capacity
IIES-Institute for International Economic Studies

IIES COVID Research published in BMJ Global Health

The Conversation 5 August 2020.

“Is humanity doomed because we can’t plan for the long term?”

Credit: Song_about_summer/Shutterstock

Flight shaming: how to spread the campaign that made Swedes give up flying for good

Map COVID-19 fatality rates
IIES-Institute for International Economic Studies

COVID-19 Death Tolls Could Be Higher than Predicted

Information till studenter och lärare om coronaviruset
Department of Statistics

It is not yet possible to compare the development of Covid-19 in different countries

Screen grab from The Conversation

Why a 17% emissions drop does not mean we are addressing climate change

Petra Lindfors. Foto: Jens Lasthein

The art of working at home

VISORS2
Department of Materials and Environmental Chemistry

Corona: MMK donates protective visors for Swedish hospitals

Coronavirus. Photo: ktsimage/Mostphotos

New mapping shows which cells SARS-CoV-2 can infect

Böcker

The experts’ best book tips for corona times

barn

Children's fears in the time of Covid-19

Jonas Olofsson, Psykologiska institutionen, i luktlabbet vid ett tidigare forskningsprojekt.

New study looks at connection between sense of smell and COVID-19

Anna-Lena Spetz Foto: Ludwig Holmgren

On the hunt for a Covid-19 treatment

Mikael Rostila, Photo: N Björling/Stockholm University
Department of Public Health Sciences

Is Sweden taking a huge risk?

Petra Petersen disputerar via Zoom Foto: Niklas Hill

Stockholm University is switching to online thesis defences

Fredrik Liljeros Foto: Paul Fuehrer

Knowledge about networks important for battling epidemics

The Conversation

Why coronavirus may forever change the way we care within families

Transparencies

University bands together to help out health care

Spritblandning i samhällets tjänst

Stockholm University chemists in drive to meet hospital sanitiser shortage

Matematikern Tom Britton

Mathematical models predict the spread of pandemics

MBW labb Foto: Niklas Björling

EU grant to Stockholm University for Coronavirus Research