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26 SEP |Open Seminar: Degradation of Polymers

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Degradation of polymers is both an incorporated quality of some materials and an important factor in the use of others. Understanding the degradation of polymers is key in multiple industries from toy manufacturing to coating. Knowledge of degradation may present new opportunities in the use of polymers. A large research project, Dreamwind, investigate how composites used in production of wind turbines become reusable. The goal is to disassemble and reassemble the composite-material in new products. Intentional degradation of polymers is also important in life science where timed degradation of polymers present new opportunities in drug-delivery and regenerative medicine.

Participation in the seminar is free, but registration required.

 

 

OCT 31 | Open Seminar: Machine Learning

9:30 – 14:30 |  Mogens Ziegler Stuen, Frederik Nielsens Vej 2, 8000 Aarhus C

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NOV 2 | Student course: Open Science Skillset

In collaboration with Inno-X Healthcare, Open Science offers the students an opportunity to learn new, important skills.

Based on ideas of the T-shaped profile, this course will challenge the students at other parameters than they used to. The T-shaoed person has a deep academic knowledge as a foundation for their research, on top of this are personal skills allowing the person to view the project from new angles and into a larger context. The student will learn to think other professional competences into their project, and thus make the project relevant to a larger group of people without loosing their deep scientific focus.

The course is 3 days 9:00-15:30 and registration is required

NOV 14 | Student course: Open Science Skillset

In collaboration with Inno-X Healthcare, Open Science offers the students an opportunity to learn new, important skills.

Based on ideas of the T-shaped profile, this course will challenge the students at other parameters than they used to. The T-shaoed person has a deep academic knowledge as a foundation for their research, on top of this are personal skills allowing the person to view the project from new angles and into a larger context. The student will learn to think other professional competences into their project, and thus make the project relevant to a larger group of people without loosing their deep scientific focus.

The course is 3 days 9:00-15:30 and registration is required

NOV 19| Open Seminar: Circular Economy

9:30 – 15:00 |  TBA

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Circular economy is relevant in all aspects of society and cover a wide range of focus areas. In this open seminar, circular economy will focus on the importance of rethinking the use of materials. How do we ensure the most optimal use and reuse of materials in the industry and how can fundamental research projects add to this agenda. For this seminar, we have invited both industries already employing circular economy as part of their business model and decision makers to give their view on the topic.

Flemming Besenbacher will open the day, and during the day we will also get a political view on circular economy from the Central Denmark Region.

Participation in the seminar is free, but registration required.

NOV 23 | Student course: Open Science Skillset

In collaboration with Inno-X Healthcare, Open Science offers the students an opportunity to learn new, important skills.

Based on ideas of the T-shaped profile, this course will challenge the students at other parameters than they used to. The T-shaoed person has a deep academic knowledge as a foundation for their research, on top of this are personal skills allowing the person to view the project from new angles and into a larger context. The student will learn to think other professional competences into their project, and thus make the project relevant to a larger group of people without loosing their deep scientific focus.

The course is 3 days 9:00-15:30 and registration is required

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.

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If you prefer the printed version, please contact Stine by mail or at the next Open Seminar

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Today Aarhus University host matchmaking events for undergrad. students. This is a chance for the students to talk to different research groups before they have to choose the laboratory in which they will do their first practical project. The students will have a...

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Project kick-off and the first open seminar of the season

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Open Science at Folkemødet 2018

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Open Science is no longer SPOMAN alone

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A lot of Open Science projects have terminated before the summer holiday with a thesis or report. As we receive the reports, they will become available to you through the project pages. For now we have received two times master thesis completing the Reversible...

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Have you ever met Open Science in the press?

Sharing data, findings, and knowledge is in the core of Open Science SPOMAN! But sharing the knowledge about the existence of Open Science SPOMAN is just as important. We are constantly learning and so are other initiatives within the business of sharing science and...

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News from Open Science SPOMAN

Open Science Festival The Second Open Science Festival took place at May 31 2018. The festival was hosted at Aarhus University and approximately 100 visitors where introduced to both different types of openness and cool science. One of the key note...

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