Stockholm University organizes activities connected to the Nobel Prize in collaboration with the Nobel Prize Museum. Visit the lab studying ancient DNA, listen to researchers talking about AI and science and mammoths.
During a research expedition to the deepest parts of the Baltic Sea in the Landsort Deep researchers recently discovered an area with extensive emissions of the powerful greenhouse gas methane from the bottom sediments.
A study shows the isolation and sequencing of more than a century-old RNA molecules from a Tasmanian tiger. This resulted in the reconstruction of skin and skeletal muscle transcriptomes from an extinct species.
The glacier on Kebnekaise's southern peak is shrinking. What was previously Sweden's highest summit is now 1.4 meters lower than last year. Measurements also show great melting on other Swedish glaciers.
A new study from archaeologists at Stockholm University sheds light over the mythical ‘Valley of the Kings’ in southern Siberia.
Andrés Rivarola Puntigliano is professor in Latin American studies. He is one of Stockholm University’s new professors who will be installed in the Stockholm City Hall.