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Migration, Ethnicity and Society, Foto Nedzad Mesic.


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Dog with a packet of sausages in her mouth

The underrated dog

The cognitive abilities of dogs takes even researchers by surprise. This fall Per Jensen, professor of ethology at LiU, is coming out with yet another book about dogs’ behaviour.

 

Agroetanol at Händelö outside Norrköping

Sustainability requires interdisciplinary science

Linköping University continues to work across boundaries. Six new professorships that drive world-leading sustainability research are the target for the research network “LiU Sustainable”.

 

 

 


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Lisa Guntram, portrait

Women with “atypical” sex development challenge the boundaries of normality

Thousands of girls discover in their teens that they have an “atypical” sex development, maybe missing an x chromosome or a part of their genitalia. By adapting – and by resisting – they confront the norms of female embodiment.

Chewing gum can save lives in radiation accidents

A stick of chewing gum in your pocket can show whether your body has been exposed to a dangerous amount of radiation as a result of an accident or a terrorist attack. When the sweetening agent in the chewing gum is exposed to radiation, a substance is created which can be detected several days after the event.

Ola Uhrqvist, portrait

Knowledge power factor in global environmental research policy

In the first thesis from the new Unit of Environmental Change Ola Uhrqvist shows how the climate models grew, took form and were shaped by contemporary thinking.

 

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