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Ahead of graduation, students are often interested in making contacts with companies. At the same time, companies often have projects that need to be developed. The Engineer Pool matches these needs, selecting students with the competence the company requires so that the project can get underway.
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Successful collaboration with KTP (Knowledge Transfer Partnerships) - a Dalarna University project based on collaboration with business and industry - has resulted in important and strategic orders from the US for regional company JPS Teknik AB.
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This week, the Government announced that Professor Martin Norsell would be the new Vice-Chancellor at Dalarna University.
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Ida Davidson and Peter Sundqvist
The students are Ida Davidson and Peter Sundqvist, who are currently taking the Audiovisual Production Programme at Dalarna University.
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Louise Kärsbo Svanerud and Evelina Saulo
EXPO 2018 was a chance for this year's graduating media students to exhibit their work to the public and fellow students. As with last year's EXPO event, the quality of the students' work, which included script-writing and film production, was more than impressive.
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Aisha Mohamed Said and Johanna Holmén
Semester five for nursing students means a placement in a healthcare setting. The chance to choose such a setting in another country is one that many students opt for. For the first time, two Dalarna University students chose to complete their placements in Nepal.
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Anna Parkhouse and Susanne Corrigox recently represented Dalarna University during a visit to Suleyman Demirel University in Almaty, Kazakhstan, where their focus was to prepare an application for an Erasmus exchange in the field of linguistics.
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Winners of the Unga forskare event 2018
Science and technology pupils from regional upper-secondary schools recently exhibited their research at the Unga forskare event, and the high quality of their work was readily observed - both the results they had achieved and the ideas they had come with.
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Reports have come in that Dr. Ahmadreza Djalali, a scholar of disaster medicine at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden, has been sentenced to death in Iran. While visiting Iran to attend academic workshops in 2016, he was arrested and in late 2017 was sentenced to death on charges of espionage.
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Russia's central TV channel recently broadcast an hour-long documentary film about doping. The film includes interviews with Dalarna University's Professor Michail Tonkonogi, who provides expert information about the effects of doping on the human body.
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