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Health science

This includes public health, global health, social medicine and epidemilogy.


Det finns 74 sidor som är taggade med Health science:

KV - Att förstå beslutsfattandet kring antibiotikaanvändning i kontrasterande länder och djurarter

Unrestrained use of antibiotics increases the risk of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Our project investigates what the elements are that drive a country, veterinary clinic or a farm to reduce the

Adrià Sunyer Caldú

Adrià Sunyer Caldú

I am a PhD student guest from the University of Barcelona, Spain, with affiliation in the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research in the Spanish National Research Council (IDAEA-CSIC

Adrià Sunyer Caldú

Adrià Sunyer Caldú

I am a PhD student guest from the University of Barcelona, Spain, with affiliation in the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research in the Spanish National Research Council (IDAEA-CSIC

Facilities and equipment

Facilities and equipment

Sensola consists of a traditional laboratory in a controlled indoor environment, which supports an innovative set of portable equipment that is used for outdoor studies. The research is oriented

Sensola

Sensola

In the laboratory, we develop knowledge on human-environment interaction. To increase ecological validity, the research is based on smart and portable technology.

Sensola user policy

Sensola user policy

Researchers and students at SLU can be granted access to equipment in Sensola, to use in research projects and student work. A prerequisite is that the intended usage is research oriented and that

About Sensola

How do we best understand the role of various outdoor environments in everyday life? Humans interact with urban and natural environments in ways that are dynamic, complex and multisensory. New

Locally adapted training and interventions to curb antimicrobial resistance

SLU is collaborating with Makerere University and the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries in Uganda, under the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock, to reduce antibiotic use in

Locally adapted training and interventions to curb antimicrobial resistance

SLU is collaborating with Makerere University and the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries in Uganda, under the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock, to reduce antibiotic use in

cassava

The project focused on evolving gender relations in households, communities and cassava value chains in light of the rapid commercialization and increasing higher value added processing of the crop

Contact Sensola

Contact Sensola

Contact us at: sensola@slu.se Or: Caroline Hägerhäll, project manager phone: 004640415015 e-mail: caroline.hagerhall@slu.se Gunnar Cerwén, coordinator phone: 00467371 82 797 e-mail: gunnar.cerwen@

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