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Science and SciLifeLab Scientific Syposium: Finding your way in Science. Featuring Nobel Prize Laureate Edvard Moser
Come hear Nobel Laureate in Physiology/Medicine Edvard Moser discuss his groundbreaking discoveries about the human "GPS" system – "The brain’s positioning system: How do we know where we are?" – followed by presentations from this year's winners of the Science & SciLifePab Prize for Young Scientists.
The Hägerström Lectures 2017 – Kendall Walton
Kendall Walton, Charles L. Stevenson Collegiate Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus, University of Michigan, and Bonsall Visiting Professor, Stanford University: "Abstraction and Aboutness in the Arts"
Philosophy Tea - Ibn Khaldun
Professor Peter Wallensteen and Lecturer Daniel Ogden will continue their popular Philosophy Tea talks. The individuals they highlight have contributed to global thinking in different ways: through high-level diplomacy, utopian writings and historical studies.
Nobel lectures 2017: Physics
The 2017 Nobel Laureates in physics, Professor Rainer Weiss, Professor Barry C. Barish and Professor Kip S. Thorne, visit Uppsala University and give a public lecture on the research that led to their Nobel Prize.
Nobel lectures 2017: Chemistry
One of the 2017 Nobel Laureates in chemistry, Professor Joachim Frank, visits Uppsala University and gives a public lecture on the research that led to their Nobel Prize.
Nobel lectures 2017: Physiology / Medicine
Two of the 2017 Nobel Laureates in physiology or medicine, Professor Michael Rosbash and Professor Michael Young, visit Uppsala University and give a public lecture on the research that led to their Nobel Prize.
Nobel lectures 2017: The Peace Prize
An open panel discussion is held on the topic of the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize. Panelists: Beatrice Fihn, ICAN, and Josefin Lind, Svenska Läkare mot Kärnvapen. Moderator: Professor Peter Wallensteen
Brahe Lecture: Multiscale Modeling
In multiscale processes different phenomena interact on different scales in time and space. Computer simulations of such processes are challenging since the smallest scales must be accurately represented over domains that cover the largest scales.