More and more studies show that the extinction that is occurring now is going much faster than what can be explained by "normal evolution", says Aelys Humphreys. Her research focuses on plants that have become extinct.
Discrimination at work contributes to increased inequality in the labor market, according to a new study in The Quarterly Journal of Economics published by Oxford University Press.
If Petermann’s ice shelf breaks up, it may not recover unless Earth’s future climate cools considerably. This is the result of a new study, published in Nature Communications.
Researchers have found large birthweight inequalities among the descendants of non-western immigrants compared to the descendants of Swedes. The researchers warn inequalities may continue to widen in coming generations.
The Department of Mathematics at Stockholm University has received a donation of SEK 100 million. The interest on the donation will be used to fund scholarships for young researchers.
We know that the vast majority of matter in space does not send out light, we call it 'dark matter' due to its elusive nature. Indeed, dark matter seems to be completely invisible. Timon Emken tells us more.