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Unique tests available at Sweden’s IRF SpaceLab

25 November, 2020 - Institutet för rymdfysik

The SpaceLab test facility at the Swedish Institute of Space Physics (IRF) in Kiruna, Sweden, offers industry and research groups an extensive opportunity to test and qualify space-related hardware for satellites, rockets, balloons and ground-based technology. A film and a website are now being launched to present the test capabilities within IRF SpaceLab. ”IRF has […]

Rare species of small cats inadequately protected

20 November, 2020 - Uppsala universitet

The Indian subcontinent is a hotspot for wild felines. A new study headed by Uppsala University now shows that only 6–11 per cent of the areas where three rare cat species have their habitat are protected. Lack of knowledge about these species has been an obstacle to understanding their needs for reserves. The research is presented in the journal Scientific Reports.

New semiconductor coating may pave way for future green fuels

18 November, 2020 - Uppsala universitet

Hydrogen gas and methanol for fuel cells or as raw materials for the chemicals industry, for example, could be produced more sustainably using sunlight, a new Uppsala University study shows. In this study, researchers have developed a new coating material for semiconductors that may create new opportunities to produce fuels in processes that combine direct sunlight with electricity.

The gut microbiota forms a molecule that can contribute to diabetes progression

18 November, 2020 - Göteborgs universitet

It is the bacterial changes in the gut that increase the levels of imidazole propionate, the molecule that makes the body’s cells resistant to insulin in type 2 diabetes. This result emerges from a European study, MetaCardis. The gut and its bacteria are considered important in many diseases and several studies have shown that the […]

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