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Finding useful information from patents
This is the second seminar in a course on intellectual property (IP) and commercialisation (3 ECTS) that is provided by Uppsala University Innovation in collaboration with the Swedish Patent and Registration Office (PRV). The course includes four seminars and is open to PhD students, postdocs and researchers in all disciplinary domains at Uppsala University.
Public defence of Christopher Okhravi's dissertation
Christopher Okhravi will defend his doctoral thesis “Composing Policy Interventions for Antibiotic Development”.
UCBH-sem: Michael Funke "Reklamombudsmannens konkurrenseffekter på den svenska marknaden 2009–2019: preliminära resultat från pågående studie”
The resilience of social rental housing in the United Kingdom, Sweden and Denmark. How institutions matter
Daniel Margocgsy: "Worms: Parasites of Humans and Ships in the Age of Exploration"
Office for History of Science
(Cancelled due to the Corona pandemic. New date TBA.)
Museum of Movements: Memory, politics, and museum activism on the move.
Museums traditionally have a specific role in the process of knowledge production and distribution within societies. Is it possible to reimagine the traditional museum form in tune with times? What role is played by contested memories and “difficult heritage” in museum contexts?
Synthesis through Tensions: Georgian Identity Construction between East and West'