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Dioxinrening för bättre fisk

Dioxinrening för bättre fisk

Karin Wiberg, Professor  Department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment, Section for Organic Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology, SLU karin.wiberg@slu.se, +46 18 67 31 15, +46 70-234 15 70

Dioxinrening för bättre fisk

Dioxinrening för bättre fisk

Karin Wiberg, Professor  Department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment, Section for Organic Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology, SLU karin.wiberg@slu.se, +46 18 67 31 15, +46 70-234 15 70

Regulations Affect our Choice of Genetically Modified Food

Results from recent research at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) show that policy context affects consumer acceptance of genetically modified food. In Europe, there is a rather

Researchers found 30 genes that can bring desirable traits to a new oil crop

The domestication of the wild plant field cress has been going on for 20 years. Now a team of researchers at SLU have made discoveries that can speed up the process. The researchers have found

Researchers found 30 genes that can bring desirable traits to a new oil crop

The domestication of the wild plant field cress has been going on for 20 years. Now a team of researchers at SLU have made discoveries that can speed up the process. The researchers have found

Regulations Affect our Choice of Genetically Modified Food

Results from recent research at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) show that policy context affects consumer acceptance of genetically modified food. In Europe, there is a rather

Intensive agriculture contributes to global warming and affects the ozone layer

Fertilizers in agriculture bring food to the table for half of the human population, but simultaneously benefit soil bacteria that produce powerful greenhouse gases. A new thesis from SLU shows that

Intensive agriculture contributes to global warming and affects the ozone layer

Fertilizers in agriculture bring food to the table for half of the human population, but simultaneously benefit soil bacteria that produce powerful greenhouse gases. A new thesis from SLU shows that

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With a 36th place in the world list, SLU is ranked Sweden's best "young university" in the Times Higher Education ranking. The list covers 250 universities in 55 countries, all under 50 years old. "

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With a 36th place in the world list, SLU is ranked Sweden's best "young university" in the Times Higher Education ranking. The list covers 250 universities in 55 countries, all under 50 years old. "

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With a 36th place in the world list, SLU is ranked Sweden's best "young university" in the Times Higher Education ranking. The list covers 250 universities in 55 countries, all under 50 years old. "

Putting scientists’ boundary work in focus

How do scientists involved in discussions over the validity of particular research argue for their respective positions? This is the subject of a recent article in Environment and Planning E