Informationsmöte för arrangörer inför ForskarFredag 2021

Nu är det dags för dig som arrangör att börja planera inför nästa års ForskarFredag den 24-25 september 2021. Föreningen Vetenskap & Allmänhet, som samordnar vetenskapsfestivalen ForskarFredag, bjuder in till ett digitalt informationsmöte fredagen den 23 oktober 2020. Välkommen!

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Discovering the wonders of science: European Researchers’ Night in Sweden 2019

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.

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Sweden to celebrate European Researchers’ Night in 29 cities

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.

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Swedish children to help climate scientists by burying tea bags

Press release 9 February 2015.

Is it possible to read the future in tea leaves? This is what scientists at Umeå University are hoping to find out and they are now looking for school classes across Sweden to participate in a mass experiment that will help to inform climate change research. The so-called ‘Tea Bag Experiment’ is part of the European science festival, Researchers’ Night.

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