News from Campus Gotland and Uppsala University
What does it mean that Nord Stream runs through Sweden's "exclusive economic zone"?
01 oktober 2022
Recently Radio Sweden broadcasted a feature about the two Nord Stream pipelines located on the baltic seabed. David Langlet, Professor of Environme...
Gathering for universities in Baltic Sea region
27 september 2022
Around 80 senior university officers from 10 different countries in the Baltic Sea region are gathering in Uppsala this week for the Baltic Univers...
Game to help children with cancer
15 augusti 2022
Children with cancer can find radiotherapy distressing. A research group at Uppsala University is currently developing a computer game to prepare c...
Small places can have big voices on sustainability issues
01 juli 2022
Hello Owe Ronström, organiser of four seminars on sustainability at Almedalen together with Swaminathan Ramanathan. The panelists include guests fr...
We participate in Almedalen
22 juni 2022
In crisis and war, authorities and other public actors, just as under normal conditions, are governed by laws and regulations. The war in Ukraine a...
Sustainable Tourism Across Borders
14 juni 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic had enormous consequences for our society. Not least, it had negative consequences for the hospitality and tourism industries...
The sheep – Gotland’s symbol of sustainability
14 juni 2022
Sheep are the strongest symbol of sustainability on Gotland, according to Gurbet Peker. Not only do real ones graze all over the island, you can ev...
Can democracy solve the climate crisis?
13 juni 2022
Hello Linda Wedlin, organisor and moderator of a panel discussion during Almedalen Week with the theme ‘What knowledge and what kind of democracy i...
Mapping people of the past by means of their bones
09 maj 2022
What is the best way to find out about a human being or animal that has been dead for perhaps several centuries? “Study the bones” is what Sabine S...
Campus Gotland opens new climate-smart lecture hall
26 april 2022
Campus Gotland has a new climate-smart, student-centred lecture hall. As one of the University's most important profile and focus areas, sustainabi...
Freestanding courses important tools for lifelong learning
07 mars 2022
With the launch of several new freestanding courses, the Faculty of Pharmacy takes a central position in the government's prioritised work to stren...
Regarding the invasion of Ukraine
25 februari 2022
Uppsala University endorses the Swedish Government’s firm condemnation of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Student survey Campus Gotland 2022
14 februari 2022
Uppsala university - Campus Gotland, the Student Union Rindi and Region Gotland have a common ambition to improve student life in Visby.
New collaboration in art and sustainability studies at Campus Gotland
25 januari 2022
Uppsala University Graduate School in Sustainability Studies (GRASS) and Baltic Art Center (BAC) have jointly launched The GRASS Visiting Fellow - ...
Campus Gotland will have Sweden’s first net zero lecture hall
20 december 2021
The renovation of hall B51 at Campus Gotland is now underway with funding from the Uppsala University Climate Pot. The new facility, which will be ...
Digital meetings during Almedalen Week
02 juli 2021
This year’s Almedalen Week, which begins on 4 July, will be somewhat different as it will largely be a digital event taking place over four days. U...
Research to save the Baltic cod
01 juli 2021
At the Ar Research Station in northern Gotland, a number of researchers and doctoral students are currently working on a pilot project to improve t...
Adjusted prices for prints
22 juni 2021
As of August 1, 2021, there are new prices for prints in the eduPrint printing system.
COVID-19 report, 11 June
11 juni 2021
The infection curve is heading steadily down at Uppsala University and no new cases have been reported in the past week.
Universities no longer required to teach remotely after 1 June
28 maj 2021
The government announced on 27 May that the requirement to conduct adult education remotely will be removed on 1 June. This week's COVID-19 report ...