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Universitetshuset, sal IV
Research Seminar - Peace and Conflict
SEMINAR – HYBRID EVENT: Justice, Women and Climate Induced-Migration: A Time for Discourse
Francesca Rosignoli, SCAS and Stockholm University, gives a seminar on "Justice, Women and Climate Induced-Migration: A Time for Discourse". The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Webinar about Erasmus Traineeship
Are you considering collecting data or do a traineeship abroad? An Erasmus traineeship grant makes it possible for students to conduct a traineeship or collect data for a thesis or degree project at a company, organisation or university in Europe.
SEMINAR – HYBRID EVENT: The Fayyūm, Its Dialects, and Its Literature
Ivan Miroshnikov, SCAS and Russian Academy of Sciences, gives a seminar on "The Fayyūm, Its Dialects, and Its Literature". The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Biomarkers of Clinical Relevance – The ABC Risk Scores in Cardiovascular Diseases
In the ABC Risk Score project new tools for precision medicine in cardiovascular diseases have been developed. At this half-day symposium achievements obtained within the project will be presented and discussed. The ABC Risk Score project has been financed for 5 years by the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research.
Celsius Symposium – celebrating 300 years of weather statistics
On the day of the 300th anniversary of Anders Celsius’ series of weather observations, the Department of Earth Sciences invites all to a jubilee symposium. Take part and learn more about Celsius’ contributions to climate research, how we use the weather data to develop climate models and listen to researchers and experts who discuss what we can expect of the climate in the future.
Research Seminar - Extreme Rainfall Events
Research Seminar - 2 years of pandemic
Research Seminar - Scientific integrity and ethics