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Linnaeus: Art & Nature

Australian Garden History Vol. 19 No. 2 September/October 2007 6 Herbarium Amoris is an exhibition of photographs by Swedish photographer Edvard Koinberg, and a major travelling exhibition funded by the Swedish Institute.

Linnaeus Lecture Series

Linnaeus: The Father of Sustainable Development Students are the best harbinger of the future. When Carl Linnaeus, the father of taxonomy, presented his bid for a professor's chair at Uppsala University, students did not look kindly to his competitor.

Linnaeus' Legacy: 300 years of naming nature Plant List

The Linnean Society of London, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BF T. +44 (0)20 7434 4479 W. www.linnean.org 1 Linnaeus' Legacy: 300 years of naming nature Plant List Adiantum pedatum L. - Maidenhair Fern Native of woods and wet rocks in North America.

Linnaeus-Palme

LINNAEUS-PALME is an international exchange programme that aims to stimulate cooperation between universities and colleges in Sweden and developing countries.

Come into a New World: Linnaeus & America New exhibition at ...

1 Contact: Tricia Davies, Educator & Public Relations Coordinator 1900 Pattison Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19145 T: 215-389-1776; F: 215-389-7701 Email: info@americanswedish.org Online: www.americanswedish.org-- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE --Come into a New World: Linnaeus & America New exhibition at ...

Linnaeus’ Oland and Gotland Journey 1741

Linnaeus' Oland and Gotland Journey 1741 Linnaeus’ Oland and Gotland Journey 1741

The Microscope of Linnaeus and His Blind Spot1

65 THE MICROSCOPE • Vol 57:2, pp 65-72 (2009) The Microscope of Linnaeus and His Blind Spot 1 Brian J. Ford* Honorary Surveyor of Scientific Instruments, Linnean Society of London * Rothay House, Mayfield Road, Eastrea, Cambridge PE7 2AY, UK 1 Presented at Inter/Micro 2009 KEYWORDS Linnaeus ...

Carolus Linnaeus

Name: Date: 15.1 Carolus Linnaeus Carl Linnaeus is sometimes called the Father of Taxonomy. He devoted most of his life to creating a workable naming system for every known plant, animal, and mineral.

Giving Things Their Proper Names: Carl Linnaeus and W. H. Auden

The FASEB Journal • Editorial Giving Things Their Proper Names: Carl Linnaeus and W. H. Auden nomina si pereunt, perit et cognitio rerum [Without names, our knowledge of things would perish] (1)

Taxonomy Webquest

Taxonomy Webquest Part A HISTORY OF CLASSIFICATION AND TAXONOMY Copy and paste the link, UCMP Berkeley, into your address bar. Read the information about Linnaeus.