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Bats don´t thrive close to the road

Many animals avoid the area closest to the road due to noise, vibration, light and pollution. It is called the road effect zone. Manisha Bhardwaj, researcher at SLU, and her colleagues have

Bats don´t thrive close to the road

Many animals avoid the area closest to the road due to noise, vibration, light and pollution. It is called the road effect zone. Manisha Bhardwaj, researcher at SLU, and her colleagues have

Hasitha Priyashantha best presenter

PhD Candidate Hasitha Priyashantha Receives 'Best Presenter' Award at the IDF International Cheese Science and Technology Symposium 2021 Hasitha Priyashantha, a PhD Candidate in Food Science at the

Hasitha Priyashantha best presenter

PhD Candidate Hasitha Priyashantha Receives 'Best Presenter' Award at the IDF International Cheese Science and Technology Symposium 2021 Hasitha Priyashantha, a PhD Candidate in Food Science at the

Virtual excursion at Molecular Sciences

While physical travels are mainly on hold for now, virtual excursions can provide the perfect opportunity to develop new and broaden existing collaborations with scientists in different disciplines

Virtual excursion at Molecular Sciences

While physical travels are mainly on hold for now, virtual excursions can provide the perfect opportunity to develop new and broaden existing collaborations with scientists in different disciplines

Three new projects at the department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment funded by Formas

Two projects about nutrients and one about antibiotics have been granted three million SEK each by Formas. Main applicants are Chris Evans, Faruk Djodjic and Foon Yin Lai. Drivers And Effects of

Hundreds of smallholder farmers queueing for climate-smart agriculture technology

Researchers are testing new climate-smart agriculture (CSA) technologies in a semi-arid region of Zimbabwe. After a field day the local team was overwhelmed by the response of hundreds of smallholder

Hundreds of smallholder farmers queueing for climate-smart agriculture technology

Researchers are testing new climate-smart agriculture (CSA) technologies in a semi-arid region of Zimbabwe. After a field day the local team was overwhelmed by the response of hundreds of smallholder

Biodiversity in watercourses is better monitored with environmental DNA

Studies of macroinvertebrate fauna are an important part of environmental monitoring of watercourses. Today, samples are often taken using a net, followed by a manual examination of the diversity of

Biodiversity in watercourses is better monitored with environmental DNA

Studies of macroinvertebrate fauna are an important part of environmental monitoring of watercourses. Today, samples are often taken using a net, followed by a manual examination of the diversity of

Site selection DT

Transformation towards the sustainable development goals in dry rangelands requires strong engagement with local stakeholders in transdisciplinary research. Here you can follow the team from one

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