How is energy produced in our bodies, and how do the nuclear reactors of the future function?
Welcome to Science Today – an evening that will kickstart your brain and the weekend with today’s most exciting research and some of Stockholm’s best DJs. Learn more about science, mingle and enjoy a specially curated Friday menu.
Science Today invites PhD students and postdocs from the Karolinska Institute (KI), Chalmers University of Technology, the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm University (SU) and special guest Chalmers Institute of Technology to present their research on stage. The focus will be on power and energy – from nuclear power to the cell’s ability to generate energy.
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.
Elina Charatsidou, PhD candidate in Physics and Nuclear Engineering at KTH
Subject: Advanced Nuclear Fuel Research, Development & Safety
Anastasia Rumyantseva, Postdoctoral researcher at Dr. Anna Wredenberg group at the Karolinska Institute
Subject: Mammalian heart at the crossroads of fuel switch
Mirna Alhanash, PhD in material physics at Chalmers University of Technology
Subject: Tight-binding modelling of deep eutectic solvent-based electrolytes
Daniel Itzamna Avila Ortega, Phd Candidate, Stockholm Resilience Center at Stockholm university
Subject: The economics of Planetary Boundaries
Presentations and the conversation on stage will be held in English. The conversation is moderated by Olof Somell from the Nobel Prize Museum. The evening continues with music and mingle in Bistro Nobel, which has composed a Friday menu of appetizers and delicious drinks.
The DJs are DJ NoMe, PhD in Media Technology and Interaction Design at KTH, and Cafeciaojoe, Industrial PostDoc at Bitcraze and KTH. The ticket price also includes admission to the museum’s exhibitions, which are open until 21:00.
17:00 Mingle with music from DJ NoMe and Cafeciajoe
18:00 Conversation on stage
19:00 – 20:30 Mingle with music from DJ NoMe and Cafeciajoe
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