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Seminars, scientific and social activities

Thursday seminars

We organize departmental seminars every Thursday at 13.15 in the Blue Hall (currently via zoom). The seminar group select and host seminar speakers. Speakers at the seminars are usually external scientists who are leading figures in scientific areas relevant to researchers in the department. We serve fika (coffee) after each seminar to provide you with a meeting point for informal exchange.

Other members in the seminar group

The following links lead to contact information on the Staff Pages.

Scientific and social activities (SACT)

We are working to integrate staff through scientific activities for all. Activities include seminars, bird watching, museum tours, mushroom picking excursions and such. Seminars are usually held on Thursdays, starting at 13:15 in the Blue Hall in the Ecology building. Excursions may take place at other times.

Other members in SACT

The following links lead to contact information on the Staff Pages.

SACT at the Biology blog

The links below lead to our internal blog. Some texts are in Swedish.

I morse var det återigen dags för SACTs årliga fågelexkursion till Krankesjön. I år var vi tio personer som träffades ut...
Idag ordnade SACT en presentation av institutionens infrastruktur. Tobias Uller som är ordförande i Biologiska instituti...
Today, in a joint seminar arranged by both SACT and BECC, the science journalist Lisa Kirsebom talked about science comm...

Chairperson

Nathalie Feiner
Researcher
Evolutionary Ecology

E-mail: Nathalie [dot] Feiner [at] biol [dot] lu [dot] se