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New call from SLU Aquaculture

To stimulate cross-faculty collaborations and further strengthen aquaculture research at SLU we announce a new call! Applicants can receive up to SEK 200,000. The last day to apply is 13 October 2022

Aquatic foods are superfoods for people and for our planet

SLU Global, SLU Aqua and SLU Aquaculture hosted a successful webinar about sustainable production and harvesting of fish, invertebrates and algae captured or cultured in freshwater or marine

Webinar: Securing sustainable access to aquatic foods

Webinar: Securing sustainable access to aquatic foods aquaculture@slu.se Welcome to a webinar with focus on sustainable production and harvesting of “aquatic foods”, that is fish, invertebrates and

Prophylaxis of infectious diseases in fish, shrimp and pigs

Seminar: Prophylaxis of infectious diseases in fish, shrimp and pigs aquaculture@slu.se Welcome to this seminar with invited guests from Ghent University! The program covers both aquatic and

Seminar on how to strengthen Swedish aquaculture

Seminar on how to strengthen Swedish aquaculture aquaculture@slu.se The Swedish Board of Agriculture will tell about their role in strengthening Swedish aquaculture and together with Matfiskodlarna

Worrying discovery of nanoplastics in remote forest waters

Nanoplastics – tiny, invisible plastic particles that could hardly be measured previously – have now been detected in high concentrations in lakes, streams and ponds in Sweden, and also in

Elin Dahlgren new coordinator BSSC

Since the 1st of April Elin Dahlgren coordinates SLU's participation in the Baltic Sea Science Center. She replaces Jens Olsson who previously had the assignment. Elin Dahlgren currently works at the

Seminar: Future water research at SLU – a seminar on perspectives from younger scholars

Seminar: Future water research at SLU – a seminar on perspectives from younger scholars lisa.beste@slu.se Are you interested in knowing more about the exciting water research going on at SLU and

Ishi Buffam

ishi.buffam@slu.se Researcher and teacher in ecosystem ecology. I am an Ecosystem Ecologist, with a PhD in Forest Ecology from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU).  My training is

Greenhouse gas emission from wetlands increases when microbes are disturbed

Wetlands are the greatest source of nitrous oxide (N2O) that is not only a very potent greenhouse gas but also an ozone depleter. The rate of N2O emission depends on the microbes in the soil. A new

Novel insights into the welfare of farmed fish

Just like pigs, chicken and cows, farmed fish are protected by Swedish animal welfare legislation, but there is a great lack of knowledge about how fish should be kept, cared for, handled and finally

SLU highlight knowledge on groundwater during the World Water Day

Today is March 22 and the World Water Day, this year with a focus on groundwater: "make the invisible visible". At SLU, we pay a little extra attention to water issues and their role in the global

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