Open Science is about sharing data, tools and services across disciplines, nations and regions. The Nordic-Baltic project EOSC Nordic has quickly become a role model for how this work can be taken forward at the European level.
The narwhal’s spiral tusk has annual rings, and they can reveal changes in the climate. Researchers have just discovered that there also appear to be rings within the annual rings, which can provide even more details about living conditions in the Arctic.
One of the ways to implement ethical conduct of Arctic research involving Indigenous peoples, is to involve them in the whole research process. Even when this means that the research takes longer time, and possibly also a change of topic.
Green public spaces such as parks, cemeteries and forests are important resources for improving physical health and well-being, and preventing disease. That’s also what preliminary results from a Nordic research project show.
Climate change will affect agriculture and food and feed reliability in the Nordic-Baltic region in several ways. Now, seven new research projects are seeking to make agricultural production more sustainable.