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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.
Why Interdisciplinarity? Promises, Problems, Practices - symposium
Centre for Integrated Research on Culture and Society, Circus, invites to a Symposium about interdisciplinary research. Register by 16 September.
Tests of gut permeability: research tool or monitoring tool
Soviet Women and the Women's International Democratic Federation Struggle for Women's Rights’
with Yulia Gradskova (Stockholm University)
Tourism and Cultural heritage
Open lecture in connection to the conference Sustainable tourism in the digital world.
Implementation of Tracking Technologies for Sustainable Tourism Management and Planning
Open lecture in connection to the conference Sustainable tourism in the digital world Conference. Professor Shoval will give a speech on how tracking technology can be in research on tourism management and planning.
Uppsala Forum Guest Lecture: Deliberative reasoning and the resolution of deep differences: An empirical study of deliberation concerning immigrant street beggars in Uppsala
“By nature, women are better with babies than men”. The Role of Fathers in Late Soviet Russia”
with Dr. Helene Carlbäck (CBEES)