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The open science collaboration is a big and diverse collaboration, to keep in touch we regularly send out news, invites to open science events, and other information relevant to the open science network. If you want to be kept up to date, please register to our mail list.
We have collected some of the stories of SPOMAN Open Science in a brochure for you.
If you prefer the printed version, please contact Stine by mail or at the next Open Seminar
Open Science Brochure
Approximately 100 people from Danish Universities and companies decided to spend a sunny thursday indoor at iNANO, Aarhus University at May 16. Why? Because great speakers and inspiring projects filled the building on this particular day. All keynote...read more
Open Science Festival On May 16 2019, Open Science Festival will take place! This year we have filled the program with a lot of exciting science presented by professor Nikolaj Gadegaard from University of Glasgow, Professor Scott Phillips from Biose State...read more
Can you design a future without plastic waste? The SPOMAN collaboration has for the past 2 years been working for development of new materials and a big subject in this development is sustainability! In November 2018 and February 2019 entire Open Science Seminars...read more
Open Science Seminar: Composites Did you miss the Open Seminar about composites? The day gave an inspiring insight into the world of composites. More information about the day and the speakers is found here. The 3rd Open Science Festival We are getting close! Are you...read more
In september 2018, SP Medical was recognized with the Regional Plunkett Honorable Mention and a prize of 1000$ at the Plunkett Awards hosted by The Chemours Company. The purpose of the prize, is to promote knowledge, research, and innovation at an institution of...read more
Thursday 28 March 2019, Open Science hosted an Open Seminar with Composites as the topic. The day was organized in collaboration with Michal Budzik, who gave the first talk. Michal introduced the field of composites as well as his research within mechanics of...read more
NEWTEC and University of Southern Denmark combine knowledge and technology for common benefit. In bindings of 16th and 17th century books, rare fragments of medieval manuscripts may be found. These fragments are impossible to gain access to without destroying the...read more