The lack of thiamine in wild animals leads to reproductive disorders, declining populations, impaired health and behavioural changes. This is shown from studies at the Department of Environmental Sciences and Analytical Chemistry (ACES), which has been investigating the presence of thiamine deficiency since the 1990s. The research has been highlighted in the scientific journal Trends in Ecology & Evolution. In …
Ten subjects at Stockholm University are listed among the top 100 in the world in the “QS world university rankings by subject” for 2018. Environmental science is on place 33 in the influential ranking list. The subjects ranked among the top hundred worldwide were Linguistics (46), Environmental science (33), Geography (40), Anthropology (47), Social policy & Administration (24) and Sociology (45). …
Can you keep on conducting research about climate change without flying? To encourage a change in travel habits among the research community, the Department of Environmental Sciences and Analytical Chemistry (ACES) has launched a project where employees document their own greenhouse gas emissions. The project started at the beginning of this year and is called ”Tracking Greenhouse Gas Emissions”. “It’s …
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