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Watch live stream from the Digital Society symposium 24-25 April

The Digital Society This two-day symposium highlights and discusses different aspects of digitalisation.

Science Week in Lund 24 to 30 April - the Digital Society

Digital week Digitalisation permeates our entire society. Where are we going and what challenges and opportunities await?

We are looking for student workers for the Sustainability Week!

functionaries There has been a large interest in being a funcionary during the Sustainability Week, and at the moment we are no longer in need of anymore students for these positions./Sustainability Forum

Climate researcher Kevin Anderson visits Lund April 10 and 11

Kevin Anderson, professor of energy and climate change in the School of Mechanical, Aeronautical and Civil Engineering at the University of Manchester. Professor Kevin Anderson is one of the leading experts in the world on climate change and has written a number of articles on the urgency for action. On April 10 & 11 he is visiting Lund.

Steps forward in the research for iron-based solar cells

Modern alchemy creates luminescent iron molecules A group of researchers at Lund University in Sweden have made the first iron-based molecule capable of emitting light. This could contribute to the development of affordable and environmentally friendly materials for e.g. solar cells, light sources and displays.

Newsletter 1 and 2, 2017 is out!

sky Sustainability news & events in Swedish and English from Lund University.

Watch: Students develop vegan, gluten-free mud cake mix

mud cake A group of engineering students at Lund University in Sweden noticed that there were no vegan cake mixes available on the Swedish market. They set to work and came up with a dry mix that only requires the addition of oil and water. The final product contained no eggs or wheat flour, making it vegan as well as gluten-free – and had lower sugar content.

New human rights research hub launched in Lund

New human rights research hub launched in Lund 8 December 2016 Lund University and the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law have launched a new human rights hub. The Lund Human Rights Research Hub is meant to be a core driver in developing new research, education, and dissemination of human rights to meet the most pressing human rights challenges of today.

Digitally monitoring the journey of a product

Digitally monitoring the journey of a product Swedish road freight companies that abide by work environment legislation, taxation regulations and environmental agreements have had a hard time surviving on a market where illegal transport operators can perform the same services at a much lower cost. A new app being developed at Lund University in Sweden makes the entire chain of transport visible to consumers.

A conversation with Åsa Sandberg and Amanda Borneke on win-win strategies and nudging.

A helping hand. Foto Pixabay On September 29th, 2016, at the launch of Behave Stockholm, (a network for behavioral economics in Sweden) saw participation from many different people from academia and businesses. Åsa Sandberg (CEO, A Win Win World) and Amanda Borneke (Communication Coordinator, A Win Win World) who also took part in the networking event were open for an interview. They share their thoughts on win-win strategies for sustainability and behavioral economics.

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