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New analysis of the remains of 38 people who lived and died in the town of Sigtuna during the 10th, 11th and 12th century reveals high genetic variation and a wide scale migration. The study is the largest of its kind so far in Sweden and a combination of several methods, including DNA analysis and Strontium isotope analysis of teeth. The results are published in a new article in Current Biology.
Streams need to breath, just as humans, to stay healthy. This allows oxygen to improve water quality and sustain fish life, and greenhouse gases out which affects global warming. Gas exchange is driven by turbulence and bubbles, which in turn generate the characteristic stream flow sound. Researchers from Umeå University have developed a new method that uses sound recordings to estimate how fast gases exchange between air and water. The study is published in Limnology and Oceanography: Methods.
Time: Wed 2019-09-18 14.15 - 15.00 Location: Lecture hall - FD5 AlbaNova, Roslagstullsbacken 21 Type of event: Misc
Researchers are using cultural heritage to drive cities’ regeneration, sustainable development and economic growth.
Time: Tue 2019-08-20 10.00 Location: Sal F3, Lindstedtsvägen 26, KTH Type of event: Public defences of doctoral theses
Severe winters combined with heat waves and droughts during summer in Europe. Those were the consequences as the Atlantic Ocean heat transport nearly collapsed 12,000 years ago. The same situation might occur today, according to a new study published in Nature Communications.
Researchers at Stockholm University have developed a method to multiply the lifespan of nickel-metal hydride batteries. This means that the batteries can handle a great many more charging cycles without losing capacity. The new method also means that the batteries can easily be restored once they have begun to wear out, unlike other rechargeable batteries that must be melted down for recycling.
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A new study shows that horses were much more genetically diverse before the onset of modern breeding practices.
Time: Wed 2019-09-18 12.15 - 13.00 Location: Sydöstra galleriet/South East Gallery Type of event: Popular science lectures A lunch lecture on how we can build and live in a sustainable way.