Umeå Student Union of Science and Technology (NTK) and the Department of Computing Science present:
On every tuesday from April 5 through May 17, lectures will be held at the Student Union House Origo. These won’t be quite as scientific as the ones you’re used to, but will nevertheless be both interesting and entertaining.
The lectures will be held at 18:00 during the tuesday pub (EPP). The pub opens at 17:00, so you can eat and drink before the lecture if you want.
NIKLAS ZECHNER ON NEWTONIAN MACHINATIONS
in which an eccentric god of war sparks the discovery of electricity, and cats have very different opinions about Newton
KRISTINA SEHLIN MACNEIL ON INDIGENOUS METHODOLOGIES
in which we get to see the world from the Other end, and begin to decolonise our minds.
FRANK DREWES ON COLORFUL FROGS
in which we learn how the world’s most poisonous animal makes agood pet, and how to keep anyone from dying in the process.
PATRIK RYDÉN ON THE Q FACTOR
in which it turns out that almost every scientific publication is wrong, and green jelly beans are probably okay after all.
PETTER ERICSON ON CRYPTOGRAPHY
in which the secrets of the world are rotated in twisty bends, and every clock is a key.
Lecturer and theme TBA
BENT CHRISTENSEN ON SYMBIOSIS
in which an animal becomes solar-powered, and we see the benefits of having live fish in your stomach.