A new study shows that mosquitoes can be directed to feed on a toxic plant-based solution, which kills them. This could be one solution for the problem of diseases like malaria.
Airborne microplastics may have a minor cooling effect on the climate by reflecting solar radiation. However, as plastic continues to accumulate, a stronger climate effect could be exerted in the future.
A study shows that occupation on its own was not linked to a higher risk of dying from Covid-19 in Sweden. However, older people who lived with adults who could not work from home had a higher risk of dying.
A new study shows that butterflies and moths tend to be active later in the fall in urban than in rural environments.
Gosia Marschall’s research agenda focuses on developing understanding of how (mathematics) teachers learn and develop, both through the course of their initial teacher education and throughout their career.
Two new studies led by Lawrence Sacco and Loretta Platts at Department of Psychology found that Swedish workers in their sixties became more satisfied with their jobs as they aged.