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Fallen “meteorite” new jubilee sculpture in Lundagård

The University’s new jubilee sculpture, created by Charlotte Gyllenhammar, was unveiled on Saturday 21 October, as part of Lund University 350th anniversary celebrations. The sculpture, Meteorite, is made of black-patinated bronze and is located to the right of Palaestra, as seen from the Lund University main building. Around 100 people gathered to see the unveiling. Among them were vice-chancellor, Torbjörn … Läs mer

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Week to address future opportunities and challenges for universities

The future is both enticing and uncertain. During the science week The University of the Future, Lund researchers and specially invited speakers will look at this concept from every angle. This includes turning the spotlight on the potential and challenges of the major research facilities. How should education and research be developed to keep up with the times? The science … Läs mer

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Making progress on decoding thoughts from the human brain

What if you’re able to register other people speaking to you, understand them, but not have the ability to talk back? Professor Robert T Knight, University of California, Berkeley, is working towards helping people who suffer from these kinds of impediments. Professor Knight begins his lecture at the Lund University brain symposium with showing the audience a video of himself … Läs mer

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Presentations from The Amazing Brain Symposium

A host of world renowned scientists, representing different facets of the neuroscience community, came to Lund University on 6 September to share their latest discoveries with the public. Presentations were held during the symposium “The Amazing Brain”, to a crowded Stadshallen here in Lund. Participants ranged from high-school students to professors and researchers within neuroscience and medicine. During the full-day … Läs mer

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Colin Blakemore – A Roller Coaster Life in Science

On a fall day in October 1971, the Shoreham Hotel in Washington D.C. hosted a rare group of visitors. A thousand-something-researchers from the bourgeoning field of neuroscience had gathered at the enormous property on the edge of Rock Creek Park. The hotel was known for being a watering hole for socialites and political dignitaries. The Blue Room nightclub, located on … Läs mer

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A dizzying dive into the human brain

Brain research is constantly taking new steps forward and currently permeates large parts of the University. Brain research is in a phase of rapid development, not least thanks to the continuous emergence of new technology. From 4 to 10 September, Lund University will invite the public on an exciting trip into our mental universe!

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“Universities have the potential to engage and connect people at all scales with the ‘everyday’ consequences of a warming world”

To mark the ongoing Sustainability Week – which is part of Lund University’s 350th anniversary celebration – we feature a blog from Emily Boyd, Director of Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies, LUCSUS.

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Celebration of the love nest of Lund

Love@Lund. Lust, infatuation and love involve three different chemical processes, and human beings have no problem – chemically speaking – to maintain these systems with different people at the same time. So said Ulf Ellervik during the celebration of Valentine’s Day.

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Five things you perhaps didn’t know about water!

In preparation of the World Water Day on 22 March 2017 we have listed five things you perhaps did not know about water. This list is based on some of the lectures that Lund University will present during a symposium for 350 highschool students. The symposium on March 22 will discuss both today’s and future water challenges and end with … Läs mer

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How do we achieve gender justice in diplomacy?

Global politics and diplomacy are today confronted with some major challenges, which pose as threats to international peace and security. The quest for a peaceful and legitimised global order is of vital concern for us all. Yet, in the spheres of diplomacy and peace negotiations women are still either absent or grossly underrepresented. A recently held symposium addressed some of … Läs mer

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