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  • FRAM at the Forum for Non-Toxic Environment with a focus on innovation organized by the Swedish Chemical Agency

    [29 Nov 2016] FRAM joined the Forum for Non-Toxic Environment with a focus on innovation organized by the Swedish Chemical Agency on the 21st of November in Västerås.

  • Welcome to the opening ceremony of SWEMARC

    [18 Aug 2016] The goal of SWEMARC is to use interdisciplinary and community engaging research to increase the production of food from the sea in an environmentally friendly way.

  • Welcome to the opening ceremony of SWEMARC

    [18 Aug 2016] The goal of SWEMARC is to use interdisciplinary and community engaging research to increase the production of food from the sea in an environmentally friendly way.

  • Genes discovered that enable birds to produce the colour red

    [23 May 2016] Latest research suggests a new mechanism for how sexual displays of red beaks and plumage might be ¿honest signals¿ of mate quality, as genes that convert yellow dietary pigments into red share cofactors with enzymes that aid detoxification ¿ hinting that redness is a genetic sign of the ability to better metabolise harmful substances.

  • Warmer Seas a Threat to Fishes

    [20 May 2016] Fish can adjust to warmer ocean temperatures, but heat waves may be more likely to kill them, a team of researchers from the University of Gothenburg, Norway and Australia reports in an article published this week in Nature Communications. "In a future with a warmer climate and more extreme weather, it will be more difficult for fish to survive," said Erik Sandblom, researcher at the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences.

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