17 April, 14:00–15:00
Introduction to Python
Python is a programming language largely used in science and technology. It is easy readable, relatively easy to learn and builds on a large community of users.
23 April, 14:00–15:00
An introduction to SketchUp
25 April, 08:15–18:30
SciLifeLab Science Summit 2018
Welcome to SciLifeLab Science Summit 25 April, 2018, Chemical and Genetic Screening - Exploring the Future Frontiers of Human Health
25 April, 14:00–15:00
An introduction workshop to Design Thinking.
07 May, 17:00–19:00
Explore space with VR
Now you’ve got the chance to go out in space with both your feet on the ground!
08 May, 14:00–15:00
Learn to program in R.
14 May, 15:15–16:15
Ångström Lecture 2018: Twisted Light and Radio Waves
Twisted light ( sv. "skruvat ljus") is a property of electromagnetic radiation which can be used to increase the information carried by light in laser physics and in classical as well as quantum-based communication systems. It has also applications in astrophysics and general relativity. Examples from different frequency ranges will be given.
15 May, 14:00–15:00
How does the universe work - simulations in VR
Would you like to blow up a planet? Crash a couple of stars into each other? Create a black hole? These days, astronomy students are using hands-on, virtual reality simulations of cosmic processes such as these to learn more about the inner workings of the Universe.
16 May, 15:00–16:00
A workshop where we will have a brief introduction to VOSviewer, a free network analysis toolkit for publication data.
17 May, 14:00–16:00
Lego Serious Play
LEGO SERIOUS PLAY is a facilitation methodology created by the LEGO Group and since 2010 is available under an Open Source community based model.
19 May, 11:00–17:00
A Linnaean Garden Party
Time travel to the 18th century, hear the rustle of silk skirts, see silver shoe buckles glisten, and sample artisan foods. Find rare plants and seeds for your garden and pick up advice on how to grow them. Learn more about Linnaeus. Meet scientists, experiment, and learn more about Linnaean science. Guided tour in English at 11.30 and 14.30.
22 May, 14:00–15:00
Do you want to learn the programs in Adobe?
23 May, 19:15–20:00
The Weirdest Telescope Ever: the IceCube Neutrino Telescope at the South Pole
Join a lecture about the adventure of studying the Universe from the harsh environment of Antarctica.
29 May, 09:15 – 31 May, 14:00
Planting of summer flowers
We invitie all of Uppsala’s preschools and junior (6-year-old) classes to plant coneflowers (Rudbeckia) and marigolds (Tagetes) in the garden. Welcome to The Botanical Garden to dance and plant together with dance teachers and educators from the garden.
31 May, 15:15–16:15
A new Iron Age? Materials for more sustainable rechargeable batteries.
The Department of Chemistry - Ångström Laboratory hereby invites all interested to a docent lecture covering the subject chemistry with a focus on materials chemistry. The lecture will be given in English.
01 June, 09:15–14:00
Planting of summer flowers
We invitie all of Uppsala’s preschools and junior (6-year-old) classes to plant coneflowers (Rudbeckia) and marigolds (Tagetes) in the school garden. Welcome to The Botanical Garden to dance and plant together with dance teachers and educators from the garden.
02 June, 20:00
Linnaean Museum Night
Experience a summer evening in Linnaeus’s garden. Let historians, art historians and botanists guide you through his homen. Guided tour in English at 22.30 "What did Linnaeus do at night?".
It is necessary to book in advance (email@example.com).
02 June, 20:00
Tropical Museum Night
”Ana Imraa; Alive in the Garden” invites you to a world full of surprises. Experience exotic wildlife in sparkling costumes and see Japanese peacocks, butterflies, snakes and poppies intertwine in a colourful dance vortex.
Enjoy Linnea, the ladies’ choir of Smålands Nation.
We extend the evening with songs by Bellman, performed by KnivstaSune, at 14 – 16.
25 June, 16:00 – 28 June, 18:00
First European Congress on Photosynthesis Research - ePS-1
A Marcus Wallenberg Symposium
16 August, 18:00 – 18 August, 21:00
Victoria in blossom
An opportunity to see the flower of the giant water lily, Victoria amazonica, and the pithaya in blossom. They open out at dusk, but not every night. Updates (in Swedish) on Facebook.
02 December, 12:00–16:00
Swedes survive winter by snuggling up somewhere warm for a "fika". We set up a temporary café in the Tropical Greenhouse on the first Sunday of Advent so you can combine "fika" with a healthy dose of chlorophyll.