News: Jan 20, 2011
A climate tax corresponding to €60/ton CO2eq on meat and milk could reduce greenhouse gas emissions from European agriculture by around seven per cent. If the land made available is used for bioenergy production, the decrease in emissions can be six times greater. This is shown by the researchers Kristina Mohlin, Stefan Wirsenius and Fredrik Hedenus in an article published in the scientific journal Climatic Change.
Kristina Mohlin is a PhD student at the Department of Economics at the University of Gothenburg. She wrote the article together with her research colleagues at Chalmers University of Technology in connection with her degree project at the Department of Energy and Environment.
[29 Nov 2013] Analyses of your status updates on Facebook can show if you have psychopathic personality traits. Narcissistic traits can also be discerned from Facebook. These are the results of a new study by researchers at Sahlgrenska Academy and Lund University.
[28 Nov 2013] Master's student, Jonathan Moy de Vitry, from the MSc programme in Innovation and Industrial Management came 2nd place in the national "Nytt&Nyttigt" competition, which is run by VINNOVA and Esbri. Jonathan won the prize for his thesis "Innovating out of the Fishmeal Trap" in competition with 75 other entries.
[28 Nov 2013] The School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg has been granted international AMBA accreditation for its Executive MBA programme. The School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg is thereby the only Swedish business school to have been accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA). This guarantee of quality is internationally considered to be the highest level of prestige an MBA programme can get.
[27 Nov 2013] More younger patients survive stroke
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