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Other "Sweden Alumni Events" worldwide
Apart from events organized by Uppsala University, our alumni volunteers and our alumni chapters worldwide, there are also a number of "Sweden Alumni Events" taking place each year all over the world.
International conference: “Africa, the cradle of human diversity”
1. Early humans in Africa
2. Cultural transitions in Stone Age and Iron Age in Africa
3. The first human divergences: Khoe-khoe and San
4. Biomedical research in Africa
5. Northern African diversity
6. Western and West-Central African diversity
7. Eastern African diversity
8. Southern African diversity
9. African Islands
Docent lecture: “An Introduction to Multiferroics”
The lecture is meant to be an introductory lesson on the topic of multiferroics.
Introduction to the thesis template for Word
This course is for PhD students who intend to use our thesis template for Word. The course is free of charge and you can participate regard-less of how far you have come in writing. We show you how to use the template and give you advice when it comes to using figures and images.
Docent lecture: Is it the end of conventional particle accelerators?
The Department of Physics and Astronomy hereby invite all interested to a docent (associate professorship) lecture in subject Physics.
Lectures in Book History by Jill Bepler and Mara Wade
Jill Bepler (Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel) will talk on the subject: ”Uncovering women’s libraries in early modern Germany: Princesses and their books” and Mara Wade (University of Illinois) on: ”The Hybrid Book: Georg Rem’s Inscriptiones picturæ et emblemata ... (c.1620)”