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Measuring clouds – Mount Fuji through the eyes of Masanao Abes
During 2017 Gustavianum is highlighting the importance of measurement in various natural sciences.
Other "Sweden Alumni Events" worldwide
Apart from events organized by Uppsala University, our alumni volunteers and our alumni chapters worldwide, there are also a number of "Sweden Alumni Events" taking place each year all over the world.
Ice-skating in the Baroque Garden
We invite you to ice-skate in a spectacular setting in front of the classical facade of the Orangery in the Botanical Garden. Here, skaters of all ages can practice basic skills as well a pirouettes. Please note that we can only offer ice if it is cold enough outside. To enter, use the gates at Norbyvägen and Thunbergsvägen 6 as the gates towards the castle are locked during winter.
Themed Special Event: Clouds
A day about clouds and the art of measuring clouds. Come and listen to researchers describe how cloud research has developed from the 19th century until today. How is cloud classified and how many types of cloud are there? Lectures are in Swedish, and guided tours of the exhibition Measuring Clouds are in both Swedish and English. There is a cloud workshop in the Vault for visitors of all ages.
February Sports Holiday at Gustavianum
Cloud workshop in the Vault with exciting experiments and crafts relating to the weather and clouds. What is a cloud, what do cloud families look like, and can I be a cloud catcher? Meteorology students from Uppsala University reveal how different weather is created and how we can research weather phenomena. The activities are in Swedish and English.