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City Walks on The History of Racism in Uppsala
Centre for Multidisciplinary Studies on Racism (CEMFOR) introduces digital City Walks on The History of Racism in Uppsala.
Film screening: Picture a Scientist
For 72 hours, between Tuesday 20 April and Thursday 22 April, you have the opportunity to watch Picture a Scientist.
BOOK LAUNCH - WEB EVENT: Stranded Encyclopedias, 1700–2000: Exploring Unfinished, Unpublished, Unsuccessful Encyclopedic Projects
Linn Holmberg, SCAS and Stockholm University, and Maria Simonsen, Aalborg University, present their new book "Stranded Encyclopedias, 1700–2000: Exploring Unfinished, Unpublished, Unsuccessful Encyclopedic Projects". The event will be followed by a Q&A session.
David Dunér, Lund University, and Jeff Loveland, University of Cincinnati, will comment on the book.
Opening symposium for centre for Women’s Mental Health during the Reproductive lifespan – Womher
Welcome to the opening symposium for Uppsala University’s centre for Women’s Mental Health during the Reproductive lifespan – Womher!
GlobeLife Seminar - "World Malaria Day: Future tools and perspectives in the context of malaria control and elimination"
SINAS Seminar: "The Tiger Cages and the American War in Vietnam"
Introduktion till EBC Makerspace
Welcome to our introduction to everything there is to do with us at EBC Makerspace! The course is mandatory for anyone who wants to use our 3D printers and welcomes both beginners and more experienced makers. After you've completed the course you'll know everything there is to know about what we have to offer, and have gained full access to our 3D printers.
Introduction to Zotero - Online
In the introductory course we will help you get started, install the software and create an account. You will learn how to create a reference library, save references to Zotero from article databases, library catalogues and web pages, add PDF files to your Zotero library, and how to insert citations and create reference lists in your document.
AI and Society: On the governance of artificial intelligence
AI4Research open seminar on zoom. Drawing from resent and ongoing research, the presenter Stefan Larsson focuses the European normative development on AI, including both ethics guidelines and a recently leaked version of an AI regulation.
#ISP60years webinar: Medicinal Plants of Zimbabwe as Anti-infectives
In 2021 ISP (International Science Programme) at Uppsala University celebrates its 60th Anniversary with webinars and events.
ZOOM SEMINAR: When and Where Birth Spacing Matters for Offspring Outcomes: An International Comparison
Kieron Barclay, SCAS and Stockholm University, gives a seminar on "When and Where Birth Spacing Matters for Offspring Outcomes: An International Comparison". The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Dissertation: Lichens in Mountain Rainforests of Tanzania: Studies of Usnea and Calicioids
Stella Gilbert Temu defends her thesis Lichens in Mountain Rainforests of Tanzania: Studies of Usnea and Calicioids
Student Health Service's Walking Group
Do you want to get outside for some daylight, move your body, and meet other students? The Student Health Service invites you to a walking group. Swedish and international students are welcome!
Ångströmlaboratoriet, Lägerhyddsvägen 1
Guest Lecture by William Haltom. His First 100 days: Can Biden’s Relational Politics Overcome Trump’s Transactional Politics?
The talk addresses the distinction between “transactional” politicking—communication adapted to “winning” 24-hour news cycles with little or no concern for tomorrow, let alone any long-range—from “relational” politicking—communication adapted to at least addressing and perhaps even solving problems over some years by means of compromises, negotiations, and relationships among politicians.