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Environmental technology targets megacities

Santiago Dugand

Can Swedish environmental technology be useful in a megacity like Mexico City, which is grappling with huge environmental problems? Santiago Mejia Dugand is looking for answers.



Discussing Male
Violence

Victoria Manfred

Victoria Manfred, one of the students in the Mansvar project, wants more men to discuss violence and male sexuality.

 

scientific deceit

Professor AspenbergPer Aspenberg was invited to an academic meeting in Switzerland. As it turned out, a US healthcare company was behind it.

 

science festival

Zou Cairong and Helen DannetunLiU and Vice-Chancellor Helen Dannetun hosted an anniversary conference filled with science, new learning, good times and lots of interaction.  

 

running for the environment

Linnea Ackerfors. Private pictureEnvironmental scientist Linnea Ackerfors is one of a thousand people selected to run the world’s longest relay race for the environment.

 

2015 alumni of the year HONOuRED

2015 Alumni of the yearAlumni of the Year Mihai Aldén and Kajsa Andersson spoke about their choice of career paths and received diplomas.

 

saving rhinos

Fredrik GustafssonThe Wildlife Security project has further raised its profile, as LiU becomes a member of the Clinton Global Initiative.

 

complex climate work

Mathias Fridahl outside Tema Building

It’s the cracks in international climate negotiations that interest Mathias Fridahl, researcher at the Department of Thematic Studies - Environmental Change.

 

the refugee crisis

Peo Hansen

Right now, Professor of Political Science Peo Hansen is up to his ears in national and international media, who want to interview him.

 

words alone are not enough

Charlotte Lundgren

Charlotte Lundgren, communications researcher at the Department of Culture and Communication, has set up cameras to study the interaction among trainers, elite riders and horses.


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Last updated: 2016-01-18