- Coring in Lyby Mosse
- History is talking
- Beautiful Österlen, beautiful Alum Shale
- A look at Scandivanadium’s work plan
- Sustainable mining – fiction or reality?
- Study visit to Potsdam
- Brachiopods are not bivalves
- Stepperiders revisted
- Obsessed by the Swedish Alum Shale
- A question to Scandivanadium
- Mining and the Alum Shale in focus
- Dig up or recycle?
- New course starts Monday!
- Metals versus organics
- Mining and exploration in focus on Swedish Television
Tag Archives: science career
I know that I should not be angry and upset! Life is just good. One of my PhD students will soon see his Nature Communications paper online. I am in Singapore, enjoying the tropical warmth and I am on a … Continue reading
My four-year old grandson thought being in the tropics would mean lying in a hammock under a palm tree. Singapore is in the tropics, and there are palm trees, but so far I have not seen a single hammock. Instead … Continue reading
Within one week, two of my PhD students successfully defended their PhD theses: Akkaneewut (Nut) Chabangborn on October 10th and Sakonvan (Moo) Chawchai on October 17. It was a great and stressful day for each of them – first presenting … Continue reading
The last four to six months as a PhD student are probably the worst – real deadlines have to be met, manuscripts have to be finished, the thesis summary has to be completed, the thesis defense has to be prepared, … Continue reading
Life is almost too busy at the moment. With two PhD students finishing within the next six months, one PhD student taking his mid-term exam in May, and two licentiate students defending in less than a year. All of them … Continue reading
Great to see that our latest film Under the Eyes of the Buddha – in White Coats now is a news item on Stockholm University’s Science Faculty’s homepage. Hopefully this will help spreading the film to a wider audience. I … Continue reading