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INFORMATION from karlstad university regarding corona
Due to the outbreak of coronavirus and Covid-19, Karlstad University keeps a close eye on the situation and follows official information and recommendations, primarily from the Public Health Agency of Sweden, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Region Värmland. The pages are constantly updated.
The University makes changes due to the coronavirus
Johan Sterte, Vice-Chancellor at Karlstad University
Forest fertilisation with paper mill residues
Research at Karlstad University shows that sludge and ashes as paper mill residues can be used as effective fertiliser.
Continued research in weightless state
Solar cell research at Karlstad University has been granted further funding from the Swedish National Space Agency. This means a new opportunity to carry out experiments in an aeroplane in which micro-gravitation is created for the purpose of better understanding how the structure of the active layer of the solar cell is formed.
Ikea's journey towards sustainability on Sustainability Day
This year's Sustainability Day centred to a great extent on the art of moving from talking to acting, turning ideas and plans into speed and action.
Karlstad University has more than 200 exchange agreements with universities in about 35 countries around the world. Each year we welcome approximately 250 international exchange students.
Karlstad - the student city
Karlstad has enjoyed the reputation of being a friendly and hospitable city for a long time and now ranks as one of the best student cities in Sweden.
Study and career guidance
Are you considering studying at Karlstad University? Our study and career counsellors can help you.
The Grants and Innovation Office (GIO) has the task of supporting research co-operation between the university and companies, organisations, and authorities.