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These insects are not so picky with their food – and therefore they can help us to protect out plants

Some insects eat both plants and other insects (omnivores). In the future they may play an important role in plant protection by eating insect pests in our crops. The problem is that they also feed

These insects are not so picky with their food – and therefore they can help us to protect out plants

Some insects eat both plants and other insects (omnivores). In the future they may play an important role in plant protection by eating insect pests in our crops. The problem is that they also feed

Yearbook Hgen 2020

We have created a yearbook with some examples from our research and other events. Read more about some highlights of our research, multidisciplinary projects, new PhD students and teaching and

Yearbook Hgen 2020

We have created a yearbook with some examples from our research and other events. Read more about some highlights of our research, multidisciplinary projects, new PhD students and teaching and

Yearbook Hgen 2020

We have created a yearbook with some examples from our research and other events. Read more about some highlights of our research, multidisciplinary projects, new PhD students and teaching and

aquatic plants help each other endure stress

In coastal ecosystems, eutrophication and declines of large predatory fish have negative effects on large aquatic plants by increasing the amount of filamentous algae. Now, new results from an

Bats don´t thrive close to the road

Many animals avoid the area closest to the road due to noise, vibration, light and pollution. It is called the road effect zone. Manisha Bhardwaj, researcher at SLU, and her colleagues have

Bats don´t thrive close to the road

Many animals avoid the area closest to the road due to noise, vibration, light and pollution. It is called the road effect zone. Manisha Bhardwaj, researcher at SLU, and her colleagues have

Hasitha Priyashantha best presenter

PhD Candidate Hasitha Priyashantha Receives 'Best Presenter' Award at the IDF International Cheese Science and Technology Symposium 2021 Hasitha Priyashantha, a PhD Candidate in Food Science at the

Hasitha Priyashantha best presenter

PhD Candidate Hasitha Priyashantha Receives 'Best Presenter' Award at the IDF International Cheese Science and Technology Symposium 2021 Hasitha Priyashantha, a PhD Candidate in Food Science at the

Virtual excursion at Molecular Sciences

While physical travels are mainly on hold for now, virtual excursions can provide the perfect opportunity to develop new and broaden existing collaborations with scientists in different disciplines

Virtual excursion at Molecular Sciences

While physical travels are mainly on hold for now, virtual excursions can provide the perfect opportunity to develop new and broaden existing collaborations with scientists in different disciplines

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