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Public Lecture: Participatory Design and the Collaborative Dimensions of Infrastructuring
Join the POEM network for a public lecture by Andrea Botero on participatory design initiatives aimed at infrastructuring.
The Discursive-Material Knot and Participatory Struggle over Memory
Join the POEM network for a public lecture by Dr. Nico Carpentier on discursive and material components of participation.
Seminar series, theme: Endocrine tumour biology
Seminar "Making Bad: Feminism, Gender, and Revolution in Ukraine"
Dr. Jessica Zychowicz (University of Alberta)
The Karamazov Project
Carl Lindahl: "Re-creating the Paradise Built in Hell"
Open Guest Lecture
Guest lecture: Prehistoric Earthen Architecture in Erdaojingzi
This seminar presents a range of forms and technologies of the earthen buildings at EDJZ, and discusses its important contribution to the understanding of earthen architecture in Eurasia.
Business and Sustainability in Sweden
The CEMUS course "Critical Perspectives on Sustainable Development in Sweden" invites all to an open panel and discussion about Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
ScienceMaker - 3D-printing as a researchtool
What is the role of 3D-printing in Science today?
Olle Eriksson from U-Print, an initiative from MedFarm will tell you about his initiative with supporting researchers at Uppsala University with supplying 3D-printed material for their research.