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Research cooperations


SOLUTIONS searches for new and improved tools, models, and methods to support decisions in environmental and water policies.

Read more: http://www.solutions-project.eu/

NICE - Marine Environmental Research

NICE develops instruments for monitoring their ecological effects, as required by the Water Framework Directive and needed for identification of the relevant pollutants in the field.

Read more: http://nice.gu.se/


WATERS was a five-year research programme that started in spring 2011. The programme’s objective was to develop and improve the assessment criteria that are used to classify the status of Swedish coastal and inland waters in accordance with the EC Water Framework Directive.

Read more: http://waters.gu.se/


The Centre for Sea and Society was inaugurated 1st of July 2015 and will become the new entry point to all marine and maritime activities within the University of Gothenburg. Lena Gipperth, Professor of Environmental Law at the School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg, is director of the new centre supported by a steering committee with representatives from all faculties.

Read more: http://havochsamhalle.gu.se/

Centre for Antibiotic Resistance Research, CARe

CARe - Centre for Antibiotic Resistance Research at University of Gothenburg – has a vision is to limit mortality, morbidity and socioeconomic costs related to antibiotic resistance on a global scale through research.

Read more: http://care.gu.se/

IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute

IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute was jointly founded in 1966 by the Swedish state and national business interests — with a view of carrying out research on industrial air and water issues. Today we are an environmental agency concentrating on much more than that. Common to all of our assignments is the interaction between ecological, economic and social perspectives.

Read more: http://www.ivl.se/

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