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Do it now! Stop procrastinating
Do you have trouble organising your studies, a hard time getting started, or a tendency to put off tasks? If so, the Student Service's “Do it now!” group is for you.
Trans and Sex Change in Contemporary Iran: A Socio-legal Study of Gendered Policies and Practices
/publish open free of charge - online seminar
Did you know that agreements with major scientific publishers (Elsevier, Wiley, Springer, Taylor & Francis and others) allow researchers at Uppsala University to publish with open access free of charge (i.e. no APC) in more than 10 000 journals?
ZOOM SEMINAR: The History and Philosophy of Biosignatures
David Dunér, SCAS and Lund University, gives a seminar on The History and Philosophy of Biosignatures. The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Online Symposium "Russia’s Civilizational Politics: Conceptual, Methodological and Comparative Approaches"
Introduction to Zotero
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.
Library introduction for university staff
Welcome to an introduction to the University Library!
We will show you how to access our resources and how you can access material that is not available at Uppsala University Library. We will tell you about our services and our support on information searching, reference management and publishing strategies.
Introduction to 3D-printing at Ångström Makerspace ONLINE (Zoom)
Welcome to a Makerspace-evening for both the new and experienced maker. This evening will introduce you to 3D-printing. After completed course you will have a 3D-printing licence and full access to the printers.
Dissertation: Insights into the Effects of Type 2 Diabetes on Bone Health
Adam Mitchell defends his thesis "Insights into the Effects of Type 2 Diabetes on Bone Health".
The toxicity of industrial/breadwinner masculinities; when climate change denial and white supremacy meet
This presentation will scrutinise a particular emblematic example of how anti-environmentalism and anti-feminism today overlap; that of Greta Thunberg.
Disputation: Molecular studies of endocrine tumors: Insights from genetics and epigenetics.
Samuel Backman defends his thesis Molecular studies of endocrine tumors: Insights from genetics and epigenetics. The public defence will be held in Swedish.
Search! Evaluate! Cite! Drop-in support with librarians.
Do you need help with searching for information, source material or data? Do you have questions regarding citing or source criticism? Our librarians are ready to help you
during two drop-in sessions in Zoom.
We especially welcome students in languages, theology, education studies and other humanity subjects.
Dissertation: "Identification of SLiMs: Mapping and characterizing motif-based protein interactions"
Muhammad Ali will defend his doctoral thesis entitled "Identification of SLiMs: Mapping and characterizing motif-based protein interactions".
Dissertation: Easement: a civil and public law right of use
Amelia Krzymowska defends her thesis in Private Law
Opponent: Prof Jori Munukka, Stockholm University
Chairperson of the public defence: Professor Margareta Brattström, Uppsala University
You will be able to follow the defence through Zoom
The public is offered the opportunity to also take part in the dissertation at Dag Hammarskjöld and the Law Library as well as at Carolina Rediviva.