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  • Chalmers and the University of Gothenburg Intensifying Sustainable Development Cooperation

    [19 Feb 2018] Chalmers University of Technology and the University of Gothenburg have signed a renewed collaboration agreement for sustainable development, which also implies a new plan for the joint organisation named the Centre for Environment and Sustainability. The new agreement encompasses a broader approach that covers all aspects of sustainable development with a clearer focus on the United Nation´s 17 global sustainable development goals. The organisation will also be renamed Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development.

  • "I joined the course because my research is not picked up by policy makers"

    [26 Jan 2018] Dr Tran Thi Thu Ha from Vietnam National University of Forestry was one of the participant in a course in Bangkok this week. 26 Asian researchers learnt how to communicate effectively, and how to translate research into policy and practice. The course was organized by AgriFoSe 2030 (Agriculture for Food Security) and some of the lecturers were from GMV.

  • Apply for the Renova research scholarship

    [15 Jan 2018] Renova donates a scholarship worth SEK 50,000 to PhD students and young researchers at Chalmers University of Technology and the University of Gothenburg who are working in environmental research and relevant to Renova's business operations.

  • Apply for the graduate course Sustainability Opportunites ¿ Exploring Sustainability at the Cross-roads of Science and Society

    [15 Jan 2018] This interdisciplinary and solution-oriented course will analyze today¿s international activities from different perspectives, practices and possibilities of Sustainable Development, and focus on tomorrows innovative and efficient solutions to the major sustainability challenges. Key drivers and barriers to change are analyzed, including how the implementation of one solution can affect other options, and the course will focus on identifying solutions for the future.

  • Polymer solar cells, new Wallenberg Academy Fellow project

    [14 Jan 2018] Solar cells are predicted to play an important role in reaching a sustainable energy production, but a problem with the silicon based is their complicated manufacture process. Associate Professor Ergang Wang receives funding as a Wallenberg Academy Fellow to develop polymer solar cells that are bendable and easy to produce.

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