DEEP Insights

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Tovetorp surroundings.

DEEP science on over 350 000 Twitter timelines

Scientists around the world active on Twitter received an outburst of tweets from Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Science (DEEP), during a conference in the field station Tovetorp.

Researchers at DEEP in Chernobyl

What’s going on in Chernobyl?!

Researchers at DEEP have been visiting the still radioactive area around Chernobyl. What is actually happening in this interesting area of pollution and wilderness?

Herbivorous fishes (Acanthuridae, Surgeonfish) swimming by a seagrass bed. Photo credit Angelica Chirico

Predatory fish and their importance

With this post we are starting a series of blog posts about the assistant professors (biträdande lektorer) at DEEP. First up is Johan Eklöf and his work on fish, food chains, and biodiversity in places such as East Africa and the Baltic Sea.

Lab work at DEEP

Welcome to DEEP Insights Department blog

We are now creating a blog to reach out to as many people as possible. If you want to know more about the department's latest research and what the life as a researcher looks like – follow our blog “DEEP Insights”.


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The communication group includes:

Amanda González-Bengtsson - science communicator

Angelica Chirico - PhD student and science communicator

Pil Rasmussen - PhD student and science communicator

Lina Mtwana Nordlund - researcher

Peter Hambäck - professor