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Thesis defense Fabio Batista Freitag
Title: Targeting and driving somatosensory neurons
Opponent: Andrew Todd (Glasgow University)
The Madwoman in the Attic - a converstion about Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea
Welcome to a conversation about Jane Eyre, Wide Sargasso Sea and madness led by Hanna Murman, Alva Hedberg and Millah Nilsson, students at the Department of Literature.
Webinar: The Continuing Unmattering of Black Lives: On the Ongoing Protests against the Logic of Lynching
In this CEMFOR webinar, three Black Studies scholar convene to discuss the continuing unmattering of Black lives and the current wave of protests in the USA and Canada.
UppTalk Weekly: The two faces of Volcanoes - learning to benefit from the monster
In this zoom seminar you will learn how volcanoes can give as much as they take and that it is the precarious balance of understanding volcanoes and monitoring their activity that will make us increasingly better at 'harvesting' the benefits that volcanoes provide.
UppTalk Weekly: Save life's by sifting out viruses "as easily as you brew coffee" - development of nanotechnology paper filters for drinking water purification
Our guest in this weeks UppTalk Weekly we will meet with professor Albert Miranyan who will talk about how he aim towards developing a filter paper that can remove even the toughest viruses from water.