There are various Swedish science archives and special collections.
Alvin is a Swedish platform for digital collections and digitised cultural heritage. It includes:
- Literary archives and other private collections
- Print adverts and billboards
- Medical history
- Photos from polar expeditions
- Botanical posters
- A collection of historically interesting maps and scientific illustrations of geological phenomena made available with the support of the Thora Ohlsson Foundation
Find maps and images of geological phenomena in the Alvin database
Archive Centre South
Archive Centre South (Arkivcentrum Syd) houses several of the largest archives in southern Sweden. This has advantages both for the archives and for users who wish to consult various archives. Archive Centre South has a reading room where you can view documents from all participating archives, including Lund University.
Museum of Biology
The Lund University Museum of Biology’s collections are the second largest in Sweden and among the most important in Europe. With data and collections covering over 250 years, the Museum of Biology has a central role in research on the biodiversity crisis and the effects of climate change on our fauna and flora.
Department of Physics archive
The records of the Department of Physics are held in the department archive.
The Physics archive holds the records of the Department of Physics and, for example, historical books.
Lund University archives
Lund University’s archive is the repository of all the university papers and records. It includes:
- Research contracts
- Questionnaires and survey data
- Examinations and assessments
- Employment records
- Financial records
Lund University’s Records Management section manages the documents that are to be stored long term. Send email to email@example.com for assistance.