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Her Story – The Exhibition
Her Story – The Exhibition explores sculptured dressmaking as an embodiment between generations, outer and inner identity as well as a visualization of time.
Pathways to Lifelong Mental Wellbeing
This digital summit will provide a unique interdisciplinary platform for researchers, experts and practitioners to present and discuss innovative approaches to prevent and intervene for better mental health globally.
Online Symposium: Music and Racism in Europe
Recently there has been an increasing interest in the issue of racism in the field of music and music scholarship and this international online symposium seeks to bring together researchers across disciplines to discuss music and racism particularly as it relates to Europe.
Let’s tackle materials challenges together!
AIMday Materials is a unique opportunity for academic researchers, companies and organisations to network, exchange knowledge, and initiate collaboration related to sustainable solutions for materials challenges. Companies and organisations are invited to submit questions that they want to discuss with university researchers during the day.
Introduction to Mendeley
In the introductory course we will help you get started using the reference management software Mendeley.
Introduction to Zotero
In the introductory course we will help you get started using Zotero.
SYMPOSIUM: Indo-European Ecologies
This is an event of the research programme LAMP – Languages and Myths of Prehistory and the Centre for Studies in Indo-European Language and Culture (Stockholm University).
Introduction to data cleaning with OpenRefine
This is a course for those who need to clean their data to prepare it for analysis. Your data might need cleaning if it's entered inconsistently, comes from several sources or needs to be formatted in a different way for your analysis. Using OpenRefine, you can easily remove excess blank spaces, merge different spellings of words, merge or split columns, find outliers and much more.