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The mooc on graphene is led by researcher Jie Sun

Nov 21, 2014 05:00 GMT Chalmers University of Technology At the beginning of 2015, Chalmers University of Technology will start its first mooc – massive open online course – free of charge and accessible to anyone with a computer. The course will be on the super-material graphene, which has not been the subject for a mooc previously.

Maria Knutson Wedel, vice president for undergraduate and master’s education at Chalmers

Nov 20, 2014 16:40 GMT Chalmers University of Technology

Jie Sun, Assistant Professor at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Nov 20, 2014 16:40 GMT Chalmers University of Technology Teacher is Jie Sun, Assistant Professor in the Quantum Device Physics Laboratory of the Department of Microtechnology and Nanoscience.

Hästens - Crystal Clear Award

Nov 14, 2014 06:40 GMT Fagerhult

Fagerhult and Hästens - Crystal Clear Award

Nov 14, 2014 06:38 GMT Fagerhult Linnea Blank, Retail Concept Designer and Hanna Tellskog, Retail Design Manager from Hästens are given the Crystal Clear Award by Camilla Hult, Marketing Manager at Fagerhult.

An indium phosphide high electron mobility transistor

Nov 10, 2014 16:00 GMT Chalmers University of Technology Electron microscope image of an indium phosphide high electron mobility transistor (InP HEMT). The region affected by the self-heating process is highlighted in the cross section of the InP HEMT.

Cross sectional image of an ultra-low noise transistor

Nov 10, 2014 16:00 GMT Chalmers University of Technology Cross sectional image of an ultra-low noise transistor. Electrons, accelerated in the high mobility channel under the 100 nanometer gate, collide and dissipate heat that fundamentally limits the noise performance of the transistor.

"Surgery to my leg, arm, mouth and tongue" says Marcel Schreur, LIBá

Oct 25, 2014 10:12 BST LIBá Life is beautiful. Always.

"I feel you, Cancers tough." Marcel Schreur - LIBá

Oct 25, 2014 10:12 BST LIBá Life is beautiful. Always.

Carbon dioxide emissions from tropical deforestation linked to global trade

Oct 22, 2014 15:00 BST Chalmers University of Technology The EU and China are the largest importers of carbon dioxide emissions linked to deforestation for the production of beef, soy, palm oil and timber between 2000-2009. The researchers have focused on seven countries (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Indonesia, Malaysia and Papua New Guinea), all of which are major exporters of goods that contribute to deforestation.