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Research Seminar - Extreme Rainfall Events
SEMINAR - WEB EVENT: Life without Authority: Frontier Violence in West Africa
Michael John Watts, SCAS and University of California, gives a seminar on "Life without Authority: Frontier Violence in West Africa". The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Welcome to the 2nd Diabetes Plus seminar titled "Diabetes + Psychological Interventions". Psychologist and associate professor Therese Anderbro will discuss the psychological dimensions of diabetes care with the audience and moderator Taeda Tomic, Docent in Theoretical Philosophy.
SEMINAR – WEB EVENT: Rights of Nature in Europe
Yaffa Epstein, SCAS and Uppsala University, gives a seminar on "Rights of Nature in Europe". The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
FAIRPoints is an event series bringing together people across the research ecosystem to discuss, highlight, and share pragmatic solutions to making FAIR a reality. https://www.scilifelab.se/event/fairpoints/
Welcome to the 3rd Diabetes Plus seminar titled "Diabetes + Sports and Physical Activity". Professor Örjan Ekblom from the Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences meet with the audience and moderator Gustaf Christoffersson (Assoc. Prof.) in an open discussion about diabetes.
Research Seminar - 2 years of pandemic
Research Seminar - Scientific integrity and ethics