Themed guided tour: Aspiring to Precision – Measuring freely is great, but measuring correctly is greater
- Date: 19 May, 15:00
- Location: Gustavianum
- Contact person: Cecilia Ödman
During May Gustavianum’s student guides offer visitors open guided tours with a new theme each Saturday and Sunday. Come and hear exciting tales from the University’s history, see unique objects and learn more about the traditions of today’s students.
Aspiring to Precision – Measuring freely is great, but measuring correctly is greater (in swedish)
Being able to measure as accurately as possible has through history become increasingly important in the natural sciences. In the 19th century, the scientific revolution takes place and new fields of science and methods of measurement is developed that lay the foundation for modern measurement technology. But how is it going to happen in the 19th century? In what way has this measuring revolution influenced social development and what role had Sweden and, in particular, Uppsala University in this development?
Themed guided tour with student guide William Svanberg, who is studying Master Programme in Engineering Physicsat Uppsala University.