The SLU University Library works with and develops scientific communication and supports research and learning in collaboration with researchers, students and employees at SLU.
Art exhibition "Life and death" opens with panel discussion
The exhibition "On life and death" opens with panel discussion email@example.com From the beginning of February and for one month, the mobile art exhibition "On Life and Death" will be on
Worth Knowing Wetlands
Worth Knowing: Restoring wetlands – does it make a difference? firstname.lastname@example.org There is a growing awareness today that wetlands are important for biodiversity, climate adaption, water
Worth Knowing: does mechanical site preparation cause increased carbon emissions?
email@example.com Welcome to a lunchtime lecture where Monika Strömgren, researcher at the Department of Soil and Environment, will talk about the latest research on the impact of forestry
Worth knowing: The mycelial network of mushrooms – not a large one, but several small ones
firstname.lastname@example.org Join us for a lunch lecture and hear what science teaches us about the life, diversity and mycelia of mycorrhizal fungi. Photo: Presetbase Lightroom Presets. The
SLU University Library highlights open science
To showcase the ongoing work with open science at SLU, the library invites everyone to a series of events in Alnarp, Umeå and Uppsala as well as online. To highlight the value of open access to
See the unique wooden library in Alnarp
email@example.com The Wooden Library in Alnarp is a unique collection of books, where each part describes a specific species. Each book is made of wood from the shrub or tree it describes!
Worth Knowing: How to diagnose and cure osteoarthritis in the future?
firstname.lastname@example.org What does the future of osteoarthritis treatment look like? Eva Skiöldebrand, professor at the Department of Biomedical Science and Veterinary Public Health, tells us more
Worth knowing: The right thing in the right place – from desk to dirt
email@example.com In the first Worth knowing of the fall, Faruk Djodjic explains how scientists can help both farmers and the government battle the eutrophication of lakes, rivers and seas.
Lecture in Uppsala: What lives in the canopy of an oak tree?
firstname.lastname@example.org Bengt Ehnström and Martin Holmer present their new book about oaks. Photo: Håkan Tunón. For more information, check the Swedish version of this page. SLU
Worth Knowing: Is the pike still lurking in the reeds?
email@example.com Ulf Bergströms offers a lecture on pikes. Photo: Mabel Amber. This lecture is in Swedish. See the Swedish version of the page for more information. “Worth Knowing” is
Worth Knowing: How does authoritarianism fuel natural resources depletion and vice versa?
BIB-WEBBREDAKTIONEN@SLU.SE Welcome to a “Worth knowing” lecture on the relationship between authoritarianism on natural resource depletion. Photo: Aleksey Kuprikov Constructing environmentally
Worth knowing: Ants - common, dangerous and useful
firstname.lastname@example.org Welcome to a Worth Knowing lecture on ants – the world’s most common organisms! Christer Björkman and Michelle Nordkvist from the Department Ecology gives a lecture on