City: via Zoom
Organiser: SLU Future One Health
Effects of virtual forest and green multi-sensory indoor environments for increased well-being. New methods to investigate anthelmintic resistance in the equine roundworm. Green Rehabilitation as treatment. How does malaria mosquitoes evolve to bite humans? Why wildlife in children´s everyday life? That, and much more, will SLU Future One Health address in the webinar series this spring.
SLU Future One Health (previous Future Animals, Nature and Health) have so far funded about twenty detailed analyses. In this series the result of these studies are presented by researchers at SLU in collaboration within and outside SLU. The analysis have been pilot studies, reports or review papers. Each researcher has 20 minutes for presenting, followed by 5-10 minutes of discussion and questions.
Target group: researchers and teachers at SLU
When? Every second Tuesday from 9 February until 11 May at 12.00-13.00
Where? via Zoom
Registration:the registration date has expired
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Recording: Note that the lunch webinar will be recorded. If you don't want to be identified, please turn your camera and microphone off and remove your name from your screen. The recording will be available during two weeks after the event.
Host: Lena Lidfors
Subject: The role of ungulate diversity on the transmission of tick-borne pathogens
Speaker: Nannet Fabri
Subject: Exposure to forest environment in virtual reality - practicality and effects on mood of participants in mulitimodal lifestyle interventions
Speaker: Monika Norberg