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Science Today on Energy powering ourselves and the world

What do we know about the next generation of nuclear reactors? Are they efficient and safe enough in the event of an accident? Is there any way to prevent the body cells decline in generating energy, as we age? Learn more about this and much more at the seventh edition of Science Today, where we delve into alternatives for energy efficiency and ways to improve our health.

Time: Fri 2024-02-23 18.00 - 19.00

Location: Nobel Prize Museum, Stortorget 2, Gamla stan

Language: English

Participating: KTH, the Nobel Prize Museum, SU, Chalmers and KI

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On February 23, KTH, the Nobel Prize Museum, SU, Chalmers and KI invite you to a science night devoted to the subject of energy powering ourselves and the world. Four researchers will share their latest research, and you in the audience will learn about current research, enjoy talks and discussions, and music that stimulates the brain. 

Science Today takes the temperature of science in 2024 and invites you to an after-work where researchers from KTH, Karolinska Institute (KI), Chalmers and Stockholm University (SU) get the chance to present their work on stage and interact with the audience. We investigate the world of science and technology and create an opportunity for doctoral students, researchers, and other enthusiasts interested in scientific research to meet and exchange ideas.

During this evening, we explore the topic from different angles and learn about currect research in this field. The evening is in English and is curated by Olof Somell from the Nobel Prize Museum. Before and after the conversation, you are welcome to visit the museum's exhibitions.

Buy tickets and get further event information on Nobel Prize Museum's webpage. Included in the prize is free entry to the museum's exhibitions, which are open until 21:00.

Buy tickets and get further event information at Nobel Prize Museums webpage

This is the seventh installment of Science Today. The previous events have been on the brain, space, gene technology, foodtech, the human body and sustainable and innovative materials


Elina Charatsidou , Doctoral student, KTH

Anastasia Rumyantseva , Postdoctoral Researcher, Karolinska Institutet

Mirna Alhanash , Doctoral student, Chalmers

Daniel Itzamna Avila Ortega , Doctoral student, Stockholm Resilience Center, Stockholms universitet


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