I recently came across an old report from Nordita, the years 1957-1982. It's in Swedish and for all I can tell it covers the mission, organization and the research areas that were pursued back then, atomic and nuclear physics, condensed matter and astrophysics. Somewhere in the middle of the little booklet one finds this photo
The photo has no caption and I have no clue who the people are. I suspect it was taken sometime in the 70s. The woman in the photo is the only female face that appears in the whole booklet. Wondering what a caption might have read, I thought it looks like "Cabibbo what? Forget about that, how about tonight?" while the guy on the far right clearly feels like slapping his forehead ;o)
Anyway, Stefan and I couldn't really figure out what the multiplet is they have on the blackboard there, the one with the two L's and the N in the middle. Anybody has a good guess? Or does anybody actually know who's on the photo? Seeing that they look pretty young, they might actually still be alive. Or maybe you have a suggestion for an alternative caption...
Update: Somebody on FB indeed recognized people on the photo! So the person the the very right is Finn Ravndal and the woman's name Cecilia Jarlskog.