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About this web site

This web site contains information about the education in Physics at Lund University and related activities.

This version of the web site was launched in April 2005 when the central pages where renewed in structure and design.

How is this web site created and updated?

This web site is created using the content management system Tibet Community Server 4.0. Using Tibet Community Server, we are able to keep it updated with the latest information and news, ensuring that all content and links are kept up-to-date. Tibet Community Server enables communication and information-sharing in a web site, a community or a corporate intranet.

Which screen resolution is recommended?

This web site is optimized for a screen resolution of 1024x768 and a true color setting (32 bit).

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Does this web site require Javascript?

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Can I surf this web site from a Mac enivronment?

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