In the Researchers’ Grand Prix contest, researchers in Sweden compete to present their research in as understandable, captivating and inspiring a way possible in just four minutes. An expert jury together with the audience decide the winner.
This year’s European Researchers’ Night, known as ForskarFredag in Sweden, took place in 30 cities across the country. Participants engaged in the Swedish events included 17,122 visitors, and 550 researchers and PhD students.
On Friday 29 September, over 500 researchers across Sweden will be inspiring the public to find out more about science for European Researchers’ Night. This year, more than 400 activities are being run in 29 Swedish cities during the Swedish celebrations, known as ForskarFredag. Researchers’ Night is Europe’s largest science festival with activities in over 300 cities.