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What does a researcher do? And what kind of researched is conducted at Mid Sweden University? Welcome to a Scientific talks at Kulturmagasinet during Researchers’ Night!
This year, Researchers’ Night, also called Researcher Friday, extends over an entire Science Week so that more target groups can listen to interesting lectures, ask questions about research and get a better picture of what a researcher actually does. See full program (In Swedish)
Research Day in Sundsvall is arranged in collaboration with Sundsvall Municipality, Folkuniversitetet and Technichus. All activities are for free!
Conversation with researchers - Friday 27 September
Welcome to Kulturmagasinet, where you can listen to the latest research during a number of lunch talks between 11.30 and 12.30. Researcher Anna-Sara Fagerholm will interview different research colleagues who will talk about exciting topics. We offer a sandwich as well as coffee or tea. The conversations will be in Swedish!
Program (under update)
Focus on media shadows on the countryside - how are local issues monitored when traditional media is challanged?
Lottie Jangdal, PhD student at the DEMICOM research center
How do we develop green energy?
Nicklas Blomquist, researcher, FSCN Research Center
Is our society becoming more or less violent?
Sara Skott, Researcher in Criminology, Research Center Risk and Crisis Research Center.
How can we detect pollution in the sea with X-ray technology?
Börje Norlin, Researcher, Research Center STC - Sensible Things That Communicate
European Researchers’ Night in Sweden
The last weekend in September is advertised as European Researchers' Night by the European Commission. In over 250 cities in Europe, tens of thousands of activities are offered where the public meets researchers and discovers how exciting and everyday research can be. Since 2006, the event is coordinated by the Swedish non-profit member organisation Vetenskap & Allmänhet (Public & Science).