Deep ocean processes are important for life on Earth
The deep ocean is largely unexplored, constantly contributing new and surprising insights that help us learn more about element cycles, the climate and biodiversity on Earth. The majority of marine research focuses on the coastal zone and the surface of the oceans, but the deepest corners of our planet contain intriguing secrets.
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- Sustainability, buildings and town planning: Engineering students prepared for a greener future
- Students get an interdisciplinary dimension with a focus on the UN’s Global Goals
- How do we talk about poverty? An Ecolinguistic Perspective on The UN’s Sustainable Development Goal ‘No Poverty’
- Danielle Wilde on her work with the FUSILLI project: ‘Working with the food system, for me, seems a like no-brainer’
- Potential for learning and well-being emerges from academic affiliation
- Equality work at SDU is concerned with more than just the distribution and representation of men and women among employees
- Editor-in-Chief of Merit: "It surprises me that the University is eager to say it takes responsibility but doesn’t want to be held accountable."
- Gender equality is more than the distribution of gender
- The way to clean water is not a single-track road
- UV light is helping to ensure clean drinking water in Sierra Leone in West Africa
- Dylan Cawthorne: From Alaska to Odense, from living totally off-grid to very much on-grid to finding a middle way
- Companies should focus on more than just the financial bottom line
- Urban dwellers suffer most from lack of rural/urban infrastructure
- How can brain gain in some country be brain drain in another?
- Cheaper and more efficient electronics solutions are not only good for the climate, but also for our health
- New consumption programme to make SDU’s consumption habits more sustainable
- New waste sorting system gets you on your feet: ‘Take a break, sort your waste’