- SGU in focus
- Human adaptation to climate change in prehistoric NE Thailand?
- Student exchange opportunities! Grab it!
- A view from far away
- It is actually a great feeling …
- Creativity, innovation and isolation
- I am angry
- Talking about exchange
- Grey versus black hair
- Hokkaido cup cake making
- Compact living
- Hammock and palm tree?
- NTU Campus for foodies
- Forest fires – dangerous haze and carbon dioxide
- My walk to and from work
Tag Archives: Lund University
Svante Björck from the Geology Department, Lund University in Sweden is currently also visiting Chulalongkorn University. His lecture on Quaternary Sea Level Changes – A Complex Story was well attended. About 70-80 students and many staff members quickly filled the … Continue reading
Spending a few weeks during the month of May in southwestern France sounds like a fantastic work-holiday. It usually is, but not this week, and not last week either. Since I arrived here in Les Eyzies nine days ago, it … Continue reading
Yesterday I bought the book L’affaire de l’Abri du Poisson by Randall White. It is a translation from English to French, and sure I would have preferred to have the English edition, because my French is no longer good enough … Continue reading
Today was entirely devoted to cave art – to the polychrome paintings of Font de Gaume, to the sculptures at Abri Cap Blanc, and to Rouffignac’s fantastic mammoths, bison, ibexes and horses. As always at Rouffignac, Fréderic Plassard, who knows … Continue reading
Finally the sun is shining again and temperatures are rising. This was fortunate, because today’s excursion went to Le Moustier, La Ferrassie, and to Abri Pataud. Had we had as much rain, as yesterday then the spirits may have reached … Continue reading
Am sitting among thousands of people at CDG and am waiting for my flight back to Stockholm. The flight is delayed by half an hour, which gives me a bit of time to finally, finally write my next blog. I … Continue reading
Arriving in Skåne (Sweden’s southernmost province) from Stockholm feels almost like arriving in a different country. The Swedish language sounds very different (heavy Scanian dialect called Skånska), the pace is different (slow motion), the landscape is different (rolling hills and … Continue reading