Researchers from Stockholm University are involved in the operation of two measurement stations in the Maldives and Bangladesh, which capture air pollutants that affect people’s health and the climate.
A new study show that children with separated parents, living in shared parental residence, are doing nearly as well as children whose parents stay together.
Ilona Riipinen, Professor at the Department of Environmental Science and Co-Director of the Bolin Centre for Climate Research, has been awarded the Göran Gustafsson Prize in Physics 2023.
More than 170 trillion microplastic particles are floating in the World’s oceans, new study finds.
A study based on 297 ancient Scandinavian genomes analysed together with the genomic data of 16,638 present day Scandinavians resolve the complex relations between geography, ancestry, and gene flow in Scandinavia.
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