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Astroparticle Physics The subjects of the Astroparticle Physics research group include hardware activities, data analysis and interpretation of results in the field of Very-High-Energy extra-galactic…
Evolutionary Ecology The overriding aim of evolutionary ecology research is to enhance our knowledge and understanding of the dynamics of genetic, functional, ecological and evolutionary mechanisms…
Fish Ecology Baltic coastal populations of predatory fish, mainly perch and pike, has been greatly reduced in recent decades. Underlying causes can be altered food webs, competition and disrupted…
Waves, Signals and Systems The research in waves, signals and systems deals primarily with acoustic and electromagnetic direct and inverse problems, with engineering and industrial applications.
Computational Chemistry and Biochemistry Group We use computer simulations to better understand how biologically-relevant and other interesting molecules behave. By using computer modelling and…
International Center for Mathematical Modeling ICMM is a centre for research in mathematical modelling, applicable within a number of different subjects and fields. Since 2000, the research group has…
Project: Closing the Life Cycle of Landfills Landfill Mining in the Baltic Sea Region for the future.
Systems Biology of Microorganisms Systems biology is the study of the interactions between the components of biological systems
Linnaeus University Centre for Ecology and Evolution in Microbial model Systems (EEMiS) EEMiS is a centre for research excellence studying ecological and evolutionary interactions from land to sea.
Marine microbiology The research group Marine microbiology carries out research on the biodiversity, ecology, physiology, genomics and genetics of marine bacteria.
Marine phytoplankton ecology and applications (MPEA) Our research team works within the complex and fascinating world of phytoplankton, and studies the role of bio- and chemical interactions among…
Linnaeus University Centre for Biomaterials Chemistry Linnaeus University Centre for Biomaterials Chemistry is a principal research environment that deals with the development and the adaptation of…
The Environmental Science and Engineering Group (ESEG) Our research has been focused on water/wastewater/stormwater management, solid waste management, and contaminated soil remediation with focus on…
Food Web Ecology We carry out research in aquatic ecology studying food web transfer of micronutrients as well as adaptations among organisms to climate change and exposure to ultraviolet radiation.
Zoonotic Ecology and Epidemiology We work with all aspects of zoonotic infections, from collection of samples and screening programs to detailed genetic and molecular characterization. The aim is to…
Ecochange: Ecosystem dynamics in the Baltic Sea in a changing climate perspective Ecochange is a research programme, which intends to estimate and predict the climate change responses of the Baltic…
Project: Don-Alex Does dissolved organic nitrogen from decaying vegetation fuel toxic dinoflagellate blooms in coastal waters of the Baltic Sea?
Project: Allelobact The goal of the project is to identify specific mechanisms of action involving allelochemicals in bacterial-algal interactions to understand their role in harmful algal bloom (HAB)…