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Three students in a theatre, with the seats behind them.
The need for more stem cell donors is the reason behind the film that was recently produced by students from the Programme in Production of Commercials and Information Films at Dalarna University. The film is now being used as part of the national campaign known as Tobiasregistret.
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A summer picture of Campus Falun, with a view of the library.
Recently, Dalarna University signed an agreement with Ochanomizu University in Tokyo, a university that admits female students only.
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Josef Jenni gave a presentation on the subject of heat storage.
The storage of energy from summer to winter is one step in the right direction when it comes to our current environmental issues. Presenting on this subject at Campus Borlänge this week was the renowned Swiss engineer Josef Jenni, a pioneer within the solar thermal community.
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An exterior picture of Dalarna University, Campus Falun.
Recently, Dalarna University was awarded 321 283 Euro from the Swedish Council for Higher Education towards future exchange studies and traineeships within the European Union.
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Together, 36 institutions of higher education in Sweden have drawn up a climate framework. Each institution will now compose its own concrete climate strategy with the framework as reference, the goal being to work towards the 1.5 degrees Celsius cap by 2030.
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A woman and man standing outside the new Dalarnas Villa holding onto the drawing plans.
On Tuesday, Dalarnas Villa was officially opened, the result of collaboration between Dalarna University, Dalarnas Försäkringsbolag, pupils from vocational upper-secondary programmes, material and house suppliers, and other key entrepreneurs.
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Two organisations - the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth and the Swedish Energy Agency - have nominated Dalarna University and the University of Gävle for their KTP Energy project, meaning the two universities will be in Finland later this year as part of the EU event.
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Alina Johansson holding onto a bouquet of flowers, standing outside on a lawn with other ceremony attendees.
Some 500 students marked the end of their studies on Friday by celebrating together at the Leaving Ceremony 2019. They will now join the workforce as qualified professionals in such fields as education, sound and music production, and engineering.
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PersGöran Olsson, Director of Films at Dalarna's Museum; Maja Hagerman, Senior Lecturer in Image Production at Dalarna University; and Jennie Tiderman-Österberg, Music Archivist at Dalarna's Museum worked together on the film project Kvinnors Röster.
Kulning - or herding calls - is one of the oldest forms of vocal expression still in use today. In the film "Kvinnors röster" (Women's Voices), a collaborative project between the University and Dalarna's Museum, this form of cultural heritage is given life in moving picture, photos and sound.
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Students standing behind the Eximus IV outside cheering their victory.
Not only was it a day of victory, but it was also a day of world-record-breaking at the annual competition Delsbo Electric, where Dalarna University was once again represented in a battle for the most energy-efficient railway passenger vehicle.
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