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From Populations to Species: Genome Evolution and Its Modelling
Neocolonialism and Ecological Marxism
Please join The Global Economy class (CEMUS) as we welcome Alf Hornborg from Lund University. During this lecture, Alf will focus on the political ecology of the money-energy-technology complex, its links to neocolonialism and structural barriers to development in the Anthropocene.
Docent lecture (Thomas Kragh)
An air of Christmas in the Orangery
Take a break from your Christmas preparations! Enjoy bulbs in bloom, Christmas lights and lovely scents. Get inspired by flower arrangements, admire the creativity of the childrens' decorations, or buy an Amaryllis for your home.
Introduction to CAD
Ångström Makerspace is hosting an evening for students who want to learn more about CAD. Welcome!
Boost your information seeking skills
This workshop is aimed at PhD students, post docs or researchers who wish to update their information searching skills.
During this workshop, we will focus on Science and Technology.
Docent lecture: Targeted Metabolomics in Clinical Samples
The lecture is an obligatory teaching test for those applying for admittance as docent (associate professor) and it should be possible for students and others with basic academic education in the relevant field to follow it. The lecture will last for 45 minutes and afterwards the audience may ask questions. The lecture will be given in English.
Spring Semester Commences
Spring semester commences 20 January 2020.
School holiday fun - watercolouring
Draw flowers, leaves, bulbs, and tubers in the Tropical Greenhouse. Let the plants inspire you. Learn from a skilled artist.
Springtime in the Orangery
Visit the the early 19th century Orangery in the Botanical garden and see plants from the Mediterranean, Australia, South America and other warm places. When springtime sunrays reach citruses, apricots and cacti, they blossom. Extended opening hours in the Orangery during two weekends in March.
Volunteer in Linnaeus' meadows
Help us to tidy up Carl Linnaeus' meadows efter the winter. We clear the meadows from branches, rake them, light fires and learn more about 18th century farming. There are hot dogs and soft drinks for all helpers. Don't miss out on a great opportunity to experience Swedish spring in a vibrant historical environment!
The Hammarby Day
Family day at Linnaeus' Hammarby. Learn about beehives and make homes for pollinating insects.
Many of the plants that are considered Linnaean relicts and part of the genetic material he used for his research blossom at this time of year at Linnaeus' Hammarby. See this year's art exhibition, and join a guided tour of the manor house in English at 12.30.
A Linnaean Garden Party 2020
Time travel to the 18th century, hear the rustle of silk skirts, see silver shoe buckles glisten, and sample artisan foods. Meet scientists, experiment, and learn more about Linnaean science. Guided tour in English at 11.30 and 14.30.
Victoria in blossom
An opportunity to see the flower of the giant water lily, Victoria amazonica, and the pithaya in blossom. They open out at dusk, but not every night. Updates (in Swedish) on Facebook.
Opening hours: Thursday–Saturday 6pm–9pm.
Did you know that over 200 varieties of apples are grown in Sweden? Get to know a good quarter of them at the apple exhibition at Linnaeus' Hammarby. Find out which apples you have in your garden. Buy an apple tree cultivated from national clone archive trees.