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Stockholm University has a long tradition of marine research, especially focusing on the Baltic Sea.
Baltic Sea Fellows gathers young researchers at various departments of the University, in a joint marine interdisciplinary research team at the Baltic Sea Centre.
The Baltic Nest Institute form the basis for the guideline values on how large reductions in nutrient outputs all Baltic Sea countries need to achieve in order to meet BSAP.
The strategic partnership decided by the universities in March 2014 facilitates the forming of new links between researchers, development of joint course activities and potentially also development of infrastructure.
The Baltic Sea Centre focus on scientific issues that are important for understanding and managing the Baltic Sea and its catchment area.
Results from our research projects are published in scientific journals continuously. We also produce various reports, articles and digital information targeting different audiences.