Category Archives: Sweden

Bacteria: a thermometer for the past

It was at a lunchtime seminar of our research group that Cindy De Jonge introduced a new concept to me: using variation in cell membrane lipids (affectionately called brGDGT lipids by those who love them) as a thermometer for the … Continue reading

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Dark diversity

I find it of paramount importance that students learn how to communicate their research. Summarizing their ideas and findings for a broad audience challenges them to keep the ‘why’ in mind for their research, and reminds them they are part … Continue reading

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Bumblebees on the mountain

I find it of paramount importance that students learn how to communicate their research. Summarizing their ideas and findings for a broad audience challenges them to keep the ‘why’ in mind for their research, and reminds them they are part … Continue reading

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100 years of vegetation data

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Fieldwork views

With summer in full swing, fieldwork pictures from the various The3DLab-teams keep reaching me, leaving me a bit ‘home’sick for the mountains. That feeling of standing on top of a mountain and enjoying the view after a great day of … Continue reading

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It is possible!

I just received the beautiful lake-view above and, oh boy, is that an important picture! It means that we made it happen, despite the ongoing pandemic and the kilos of extra administrative chaos it brought with it: we sent a … Continue reading

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