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The most detailed global assessment ever of the location and extent of the planet’s remaining free-flowing rivers highlights severe degradation. Professor Christer Nilsson at Umeå University and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) has taken part in the international study, whose remarkable results are now published in the scientific journal Nature.
New research claims that physical distancing measures are most effective in slowing the coronavirus pandemic.
In our special feature on robotics in the March 2019 edition of Research*eu, we met ColRobot, an EU-funded project that had been working to revolutionise the use of collaborative industrial robots, specifically designed for use on production lines. We catch up with ColRobot’s coordinator Olivier Gibaru to see what the team have been up to since we first interviewed him.
As the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has taken a firm hold in Europe, several ongoing research projects have reoriented their work to focus on the outbreak. This month we’re sharing our ‘Project of the Month’ feature between two such projects, PREPARE and EVAg/EVA-GLOBAL.
The City of Umeå is a Smart City Lighthouse in the EU-funded RUGGEDISED project and has worked to implement smart – and sustainable – solutions for the past three years. Now, the city shares 11 videos detailing that work as well as a comprehensive implementation report for smart city experts.
In recent years, the global market has seen a tremendous rise in utility computing, which serves as the back-end for practically any new technology, methodology or advancement in ICT, from healthcare to aerospace. The industry is entering a new era of heterogeneous, software-defined, high-performance computing environments and brings with it new challenges.
An EU-funded initiative has laid the foundations for certain scientific works currently tackling the COVID-19 health crisis.
Time: Fri 2020-04-03 10.00 Location: Live-streaming use https://kth-se.zoom.us/u/cbnRO7Qm6a, Stockholm (English) Type of event: Licentiate seminars Du som saknar dator/datorvana kan kontakta akermo@kth.se för information
Small woodlands in farmland have more benefits for humans per area, compared to large forests according to a new study. The small woodlands, sometimes even smaller than a football field, can easily go unnoticed in agricultural landscapes. Yet, these small forest remnants can store more carbon in the topsoil layer, are more suitable for hunting activities and host fewer ticks than large forests.
Time: Fri 2020-04-03 10.00 Location: Live-streaming use https://kth-se.zoom.us/u/cbnRO7Qm6a, Stockholm (English) Type of event: Licentiate seminars Du som saknar dator/datorvana kan kontakta akermo@kth.se för information

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