People (and Seals) News from the Faculty of Science, week 14
Luna, a grey seal from the Department of Biology's Marine Biological Research Centre in Kerteminde, made headlines 3 April, after she and her brother, Nino, escaped from the Research Center. Nino came back within a few hours, but Luna was searched for by a plane, cars and boats for two days before she was found. Luna's story also made it to Greenland.
On 31 March, the Centre for Cosmology and Particle Physics Phenomenology (CP3-Origins), Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy, was visited by Sasa Prelovsek from the University of Ljubljana, who gave the lecture: Bound states and resonances from scattering on the lattice.
Professor and Head of the Department of Biology, Marianne Holmer, appeared in the first programme on a new science television site presented by the University of Southern Denmark and Videnskab.dk. Marianne talks about the flooding of Gyldensteen Strand, which began on 29 March. See the programme.