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WELCOME TO iLINNAEUS
The www.iLinnaeus.org site is a subdivision of The IK Workshop Society - a global and unique forum for all those who are interested in Natural & Cultural History.

Here we gather around the practical and theoretical world of knowledge of which the foundations were laid by Carl Linnaeus and the so-called Linnaeus apostles. By means of iLINNAEUS the preconditions are created for documentation, research in the field, literature studies and inspiration, following in their footsteps...

The IK Workshop Society is a unique phenomenon, in some respects an experiment with very long-term ambitions to evolve in accordance with its motto "Sharing Observations to Understand Planet Earth."

We're celebrating the International Open Access Week with our first year with free iBOOKS, iMAPS, iINDEX, iFACTS etc.
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The IK Workshop Society's Blog

Open Access iBOOKS - Nearly 6000 pages of Historic Travel Journals

When the IK Foundation publishes PRINTED BOOKS they are produced to achieve the highest level of quality in terms of content as well as of design; we practice a classic craft in which great attention is paid to the choice of paper, typefaces, printing and binding to provide the reader with the very best experience. Our books are made to last for centuries, as they are often used as reference works – we are proud of this tradition and will continue…

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Posted on October 24, 2013 at 3:00am

A WORD A DAY - that's over four centuries of tweeted scientific knowledge!

As we tweet our daily word from the work of the Linnaeus Apostles, we take one step in covering the more than 150,000 words from the iIndex, or in other words, that's over four centuries of tweeted scientific knowledge! 

Follow us at The IK Workshop Soc. (@TheIKWS) as we continue our quest for knowledge and understanding of our shared world and future.…

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Posted on October 22, 2013 at 4:32am

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