27 Aug 2020
Atlantic sturgeon in the King’s pantry – unique discovery in Baltic Sea wreck from 1495
Researchers at Lund University in Sweden can now reveal what the Danish King Hans had planned to offer when laying claim to the Swedish throne in 1495: a two-metre-long Atlantic st...
27 Aug 2020
High human population density negative for pollinators
Population density, and not the proportion of green spaces, has the biggest impact on species richness of pollinators in residential areas. This is the result of a study from Lund ...
27 Aug 2020
Revealed: How billions in EU farming subsidies are being misspent
A unique study has analyzed in detail how EU agricultural subsidies flow down to the local level. The new data show that most income support payments go to intensively farmed regio...
5 Jun 2020
New collaboration strengthens climate and biodiversity research
The graduate research schools ClimBEco and the Bolin Centre Climate Research School (CRS) have recently initiated a collaboration with multiple climate-focused intentions. The join...
27 May 2020
Dramatic changes in regional flora
A study from Lund University indicates that the flora of Skåne in southern Sweden changed drastically throughout the 1900s and up to the present day. The greatest decline in specie...
6 May 2020
Thank you for participating in CEC’s online Science Says! conference and BECC-MERGE spring meeting!
We appreciate your participation in the online conference, which was a very successful joining of about 100 participants.
22 Apr 2020
Particles baffle climate researchers
If you exhale on a clear day in the clean, cold air of the Arctic, you will not see your breath form the cloud we are used to seeing when the temperature drops. The reason for this...
28 Feb 2020
Edith is a Future Research Leader
Edith Hammer at CEC and the Department of Biology has been named as a Future Research Leader of the Foundation for Strategic Research. She is one of twenty researchers who receive ...
14 Feb 2020
Beyond the climate anxiety, there is sadness and hope
How do you feel when you spend a large proportion of your waking hours noting facts about a planet in crisis? What is it like when every day you take a long, hard look at issues co...