Research at Linköping University
Water + carbon dioxide + sunlight = fuel. Jianwu Sun is working on an approach that may be able to reduce the emission of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere.
Mental illness and addiction are growing problems the world over. Is there a way to halt this development? Linköping University is doing its part with a major new initiative.
Body dysmorphic disorder, BDD, is a relatively common mental disorder in Sweden, according to a thesis from Linköping University. The results suggest that people with BDD are disappointed by their contact with the health care system, and experience that the disease is unknown in the system.
What many within the building industry already knew has now been scientifically proven: wood used in buildings, furniture and walls promotes health and well-being. The three-year research project Wood2New has just ended.
Biogas has far more benefits to society than simply being a non-fossil fuel, and its use contributes to all of the UN’s sustainable development goals. These conclusions have recently been presented in a report by Linda Hagman and Mats Eklund of the Biogas Research Center.
Last updated: Wed Jan 11 14:33:01 CET 2017