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Cold wizard

That it might have been me, with my talks about species surviving in cold climates, they told me in Amiens…  I had to admit that it was peculiar that me as a cold-climate ecologist visited them during the only icy winter … Continue reading

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Princess of the north

I know, I know, every city is the most beautiful city in the whole world if you view it the correct light. But there is a lot that plays in the advantage of Amiens, if there would be a beauty contest. … Continue reading

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Amiens, the arrival

Only 2 and a half hours of driving, some folks in a larger country might still be talking about their hometown then. But to me, it felt very much abroad when I was wandering through the biting cold at night in the city of … Continue reading

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Back to France

January will bring a short scientific mission to France, the ever beautiful country of old cities and amazing culture, and recently taking a prominent spot in global news. I will head to Amiens, in the north of the country, where … Continue reading

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