Researchers may need support in finding necessary information when acting as a researcher at SLU. Here is a list of web pages of various kinds, including news and events, considered to be of help to a researcher. This page is a supplement to the page Support for researchers, on the staff web.
End conference Prosperous Forest
In the business of Kvarken forests – a service market for the future email@example.com What are the challenges and opportunities of forest-related service development in the Kvarken region?
Climate Change Challenges
Climate Change Challenges and Ways Forward for Land Use firstname.lastname@example.org Welcome to a scientific dialogue on climate change. In 2021 and 2022, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
SLU Future One Health-granted applications
Five new research projects will be in progress through grants from SLU Future One Health in order to stimulate transdisciplinary research collaborations within SLU. The research will be carried out
Here is where you find the funding for your project.
Datadriven Life Science - DDLS
DDLS is a research program funded by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation and coordinated by the Science for Life Laboratory (SciLifeLab) in collaboration with ten Swedish Universities and the
Statistics@SLU seminar: How far can the evaluation of monitoring data be automated
How far can the evaluation of monitoring data be automated email@example.com Anders Grimvall, Havsmiljöinstitutet and Linköpings university: How far can the evaluation of monitoring data be
New folder: One Health - the interaction between animals, humans and our surrounding ecosystems
Today, humans and animals move across the globe, which contributes to an increased risk of spreading infectious agents. Research within One Health, the interaction between animals, humans and our
Seminar – Applying for European Research Council (ERC) grants
firstname.lastname@example.org ERC supports investigator-driven fundamental research with the potential to break new ground. The grants are open to researchers from all fields and at all levels of
ERC seminar 2021
Register for ERC seminar email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Statistics@SLU seminar: Disentangling effort and density in non-invasive genetic sampling by volunteers, the case of the Swedish Brown Bear monitoring programme
Disentangling effort and density in non-invasive genetic sampling by volunteers, the case of the Swedish Brown Bear monitoring programme email@example.com Martin Sköld, The Swedish Museum of
Video from the seminar; Individual-based tree modelling for remote sensing data
This is a recording from the seminar presented by Arne Pommerening at the 24th of September. It is part of Environmental Statistics - a Statistics@SLU seminar series about statistics for
A new SLU webinar series addresses the IPCC report
In August the U.N. climate panel released its most comprehensive assessment of climate change yet, stating unequivocally that climate change is caused by human activity. The report further indicated