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Archive for December, 2014

Take the bus to Science Village

Publicerad: 29 December, 2014 av Ulrika Lindmark |

Now there is a direct public bus to and from MAX IV, Science Village and ESS.

For all those who work up there and for those of you who simply want to take a look at progress in building the world’s best materials research facilities.


Bus No. 20, Lundalänken. From Lund C, along knowledge corridor to the terminus at ESS, and back.

Bus No. 20, Lundalänken. The route of Line 20 goes from Lund C rail station passing through the knowledge corridor (Lund university’s science & technology departments and the university hospital) and Ideon and has its terminus at ESS. The new service started on Monday, December 15th at 05:38.

Buses depart every ten minutes, Monday to Friday, from early morning to late evening. Welcome to use it (armed with your Jojo card of course…)!

Colin Carlile honorary doctor

Publicerad: 18 December, 2014 av Ulrika Lindmark |


Professor Colin Carlile is one of three new honorary doctoratates at Lunds Tekniska Högskola.

Lund University has just announced the endowment of three honorary doctorates to be conferred in 2015. The Board of Directors of LTH, Lund University’s Engineering Faculty, has appointed the three new honorary doctors, Axis-founder Martin Gren, the Dutch electronics professor Liesbet Van der Perre and Colin Carlile, the former Director of ESS.

Colin Carlile’s citation asserts that he had a decisive influence on the location of the ESS in Lund, and that he has helped LTH to develop their business and make it better adapted to support and sustain the location of the new facilities ESS and MAX IV.

Colin Carlile is of course an Advisor to Science Village’s CEO Ulrika Lindmark and that makes it particularly pleasing.

Link (Swedish) article Sydsvenskan