Eight researchers at Stockholm University are appointed Wallenberg Academy Fellows. Among other things, they do research on methane in the Arctic seabed and on decisionmaking on potential disasters.
From “9 to 5” to “open 24/7”. With smartphones and other technical devices, we are always connected. How does that affect the balance between work and other parts of life?
Four researchers at Stockholm University receive the prestigious ERC Consolidator Grant 2023. They are in the areas of economics, social psychology and analytical chemistry.
The 2024 Stockholm Prize in Criminology is awarded to the American professors Gary LaFree and Tom R. Tyler for their research on democratic legitimacy and procedural justice in policing democracies.
Researchers have determined the structure of one of nature's sharpest chemical tools, a protein radical. The results help us understand how nature can carry out very challenging chemical reactions.
Katie Berns successfully defended her PhD thesis on September 22, 2023, at the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences (DSV). What has her PhD journey been like, and what will she do now? We decided to ask her.