Open Science Festival

The 3rd Open Science Festival at iNANO, Aarhus University

14.03.2019 | Christina Troelsen

Dato tor 16 maj
Tid 09:00 17:00
Sted iNANO Auditorium, Gustav Wieds Vej 14, DK-8000 Aarhus C

The Festival is a celebration of science, collaborations, and new ways of doing them. We invite you to inspiring talks from some of the best researchers around the world and insight into the benefits and challenges of industrial-academic collaborations.

The festival is a chance to hear our Key-note speakers introduce us the worlds of biomedical surfaces (Prof. Nikolaj Gadegaard, University of Glasgow), self-immolative polymers (Prof. Scott Philips from Boise State University), and high-and low-field NMR applications in relation to food and materials (Prof. Thomas Vosegaard, Aarhus University).

The Open Science students will present their fantastic work and you are able to present your work as well! Either through a poster, a one-minute presentation or both!

See programme

Participation is free, but registration required - register here

Last change for registration is May 10.

Open Science is a new type of industrial collaboration supplementing the traditional industrial collaborations. Open science collaborations invite anyone with an interest in a project in, and thus is a more barrier-less type of collaboration. Open Science projects are fundamental research projects but with a focus on future industrial needs shared between multiple companies/industries.

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