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30 years with the Baltic Sea Environment: What has happened and where are we heading?
This is part 1 in the Seminar series "Space Bridges 2.0" organized by the Baltic University Programme. In the 1st session, we will focus on the post-Cold War environmental development of the Baltic Sea. Diving into both the environmental status of the sea, and the opportunities and challenges in its restoration.
Webinar on West African Dynamics
Welcome to Webinar "West African Dynamics"/"Bienvenue au wébinaire "Dynamiques ouest-africaines, co-hosted by Forum for Africa Studies and Mande Studies Association
Thursday 28 January / jeudi le 28 janvier 2021, 14:00-18:00 CET
Meeting ID: 648 1642 8128
Simultaneous English-French translation / Traduction simultanée anglais-francais
PhD Defence: Sindija Franzetti
Sindija Franzetti defends her doctoral thesis in English with a specialization in American Literature. The thesis is entitled “Epistolarity in a Post-Letter World”.
CRS Collaboration Day
CRS invites both new and established collaboration partners to join us for a day of discussion of CRS multidisciplinary research on religion and values and how this can meet the needs of authorities, organisations and businesses in Sweden today.
ZOOM SEMINAR: From Big Data to Deeper Knowledge of the Human
Jan Komorowski, SCAS and Uppsala University, gives a seminar on "From Big Data to Deeper Knowledge of the Human". The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Philosophy Tea - Martha Nussbaum, The Monarchy of Fear
This spring Professor Peter Wallensteen and Lecturer Daniel Ogden will continue their popular Philosophy Tea talks.
Webinar: A Swedish-American Journey of Innovation in Cancer Research
Welcome to a seminar focusing on the triple helix model, the Swedish teachers’ exemption, and how these frameworks spur academic innovation from the lab to bedside care. The seminar is co-hosted by the Embassy of Sweden in Washington, DC, Dana-Farber Institute of Cancer, Harvard Medical School, Uppsala University, and Oncopeptides AB.
Docent lecture: "What are we measuring? The importance of selectivity."
The Department of Chemistry - BMC hereby invites all interested to a docentship lecture in the subject of Chemistry with specialisation in analytical chemistry. In this lecture, selectivity, an important concept in analytical chemistry, will be presented and with a number of examples, its significance for measurement results and its interpretation will be illustrated.
Book release: Dagbok från Brasilien - Fascismen utifrån och inifrån
(Diary from Brasil - Fascism from the outside and from the inside)
Symposium: Journalism, Media and the Normalization of (Right-Wing) Populism and Nativist Authoritarianism
International Symposium co-organised by Uppsala University Media and Communications and School of Journalism, Media and Communication, University of Gothenburg.
PhD Dissertation Defence – Hampus Östh Gustafsson
Hampus Östh Gustafsson defends his PhD dissertation Folkhemmets styvbarn: Humanioras legitimitet i svensk kunskapspolitik 1935–1980. External reviewer is Thomas Kaiserfeld.
UAC Seminar: “If patients had antibiotic treatment options, how would they choose? A trade-off between antibiotic resistance and cost”
Celsius-Linnaeus Lectures 2021
Warm welcome to the annual Celsius-Linnaeus Lecturers. This years Celsius-lecturer is Neil Lawrence, inaugural DeepMind Professor of Machine Learning at the University of Cambridge. and the Linnaeus-lecturer is Melanie Sanford, the Moses Gomberg Distinguished University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. The lectureres will be held via zoom.
Licentiate seminar: Duodenal switch for superobesity - changes in physiology and clinical results
Zakaria Bekhali defends his thesis "Duodenal switch for superobesity - changes in physiology and clinical results". The public defence will be held in Swedish.
Dissertation: Being diagnosed and living with prostate cancer
Oskar Bergengren defends his thesis "Being diagnosed and living with prostate cancer". The public defence will be held in Swedish.
Presentation of Katarina Pirak Sikku's artwork Agálašvuođa giesaldagagat
The artist Katarina Pirak Sikku presents the artwork Agálašvuođa giesaldagagat at Carolina Rediviva in Uppsala, and meets the curator Natalie King for a conversation.
Re-emergence/emergency walk: Through the Pandemic Portal – Life, Love and Learning
Welcome to the first Re-emergence/emergency walk of the spring! April 14 kl. 12.15-14.00: Through the Pandemic Portal – Life, Love and Learning
Re-emergence/emergency walk: Climate Time / Human Time – Being a Good Ancestor and Seeing the Future in the Now
Welcome to the second Re-emergence/emergency walk of the spring! May 5 kl. 11.15-13.00: Climate Time / Human Time – Being a Good Ancestor and Seeing the Future in the Now
Re-emergence/emergency walk: Stories around the Fire – A Mystery Mapping, Find Your Own Way Adventure Walk
Welcome to the last Re-emergence/emergency walk of the spring! May 26 kl. 19.15-22.00: Stories around the Fire – A Mystery Mapping, Find Your Own Way Adventure Walk