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All projects and plans within a Natura 2000 site must have their implications for the site's conservation objectives assessed in advance, in compliance with the Habitats Directive. A special issue in the open access journal Nature Conservation explores the scope, procedural steps and requirements that must be examined in the assessment and the derogation procedure with a focus on case-law of the European Court of Justice and the German Federal Administrative Court.
It can seems strange, but during the honey harvest, a situation may arise, when a part of the bees in the family does not find work and causes a violation of its normal vital activity. This can lead to loss of honey or to swarming.
Time: Tue 2018-02-06 15.15 - 16.00 Location: Room FA32, Roslagstullsbacken 21, AlbaNova Type of event: Seminars
Today’s advances in technology promise to deliver new robot assistants that can work safely along with humans and improve humans’ overall working conditions. In this context, collaborative robotics is booming, and we are actively partaking in the race to deliver ColRobot, the manufacturing assistant of the future that will transform automotive and satellite kitting and assembly operations.
The disruptive character of digital technologies and startups has been acknowledged by the banks themselves, but the effects of renewable energy crowdfunding on traditional banking do more than pose a threat
Researchers have linked genetic changes in the so-called CRH gene, which affects the regulation of the body’s stress system, to suicide risk and psychiatric illness. The study of epigenetic changes in the body’s hormone-based stress system has shown that stress-related changes in the CRH gene are linked to both serious suicide attempts in adults and psychiatric illness in adolescents.
Researchers have linked genetic changes in the so-called CRH gene, which affects the regulation of the body’s stress system, to suicide risk and psychiatric illness. The study of epigenetic changes in the body’s hormone-based stress system has shown that stress-related changes in the CRH gene are linked to both serious suicide attempts in adults and psychiatric illness in adolescents.
Umeå University and Umeå municipality have formed a strategic partnership involving research, education, innovation and skills supply. The agreement was signed by the Vice-Chancellor of Umeå University, Hans Adolfsson, and the chairperson of the municipal executive board, Hans Lindberg.
Overweight women after menopause who eat a Paleolithic diet can maintain weight loss in the long term. The levels of risk factors of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular diseases also decrease. This according to a study at Umeå University in Sweden.

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