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Volcanic eruptions slow down climate change


Although global concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere has continuously increased over the past decade, the mean global surface temperature has not followed the same path. A team of international reseachers, KIT scientists among them, have now found an explanation for this slowing ...


AkzoNobel Science Award 2009 Winners Announced


Two Swedish professors have been named as the winners of this year’s AkzoNobel Science Award, which is presented annually in recognition of groundbreaking interdisciplinary research. The honor will officially be handed over later this month to Professor Carl Borrebaeck and Professor Thomas ...


MIP Technologies and Lund University receive 2.6 MSEK in funding from the Swedish Research Council


MIP Technologies AB announced that it has received funding from the Swedish Research Council for an industrial researcher collaboration (Industri Forskar Assistent - "IFA" project) with the Department of Physical Chemistry 1 at Lund University. The project will run for 4 years. The theme of the ...


Electron filmed for first time ever


Now it is possible to see a movie of an electron. The movie shows how an electron rides on a light wave after just having been pulled away from an atom. This is the first time an electron has ever been filmed, and the results are presented in Physical Review Letters. Previously it has been ...


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