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Forums and activities at which you can present your research

Many different activities in research communication are conducted all over the University. Below are some of the University-wide activities.

Library Talks

Popular science talks of approximately 15–40 min at libraries all around Skåne. Target groups vary depending on the city and subject.
Contact person: noomi [dot] egan [at] fsi [dot] lu [dot] se

Researchers’ Grand Prix

The Researchers’ Grand Prix is a national competition where researchers give a popular science presentation of their research. Competition rounds take place all around the country, including at upper secondary schools in Lund/Malmö, and the final competition is held in Stockholm. 
Contact person: noomi [dot] egan [at] fsi [dot] lu [dot] se
Read more about the Researchers’ Grand Prix


Contact person and project manager at Lund University: ulla [dot] bostrom_hjorth [at] fsi [dot] lu [dot] se
Read more about Almedalen (in Swedish)

European Researchers’ Night

The European Commission has proclaimed the last Friday in September as “Researchers’ Night”. Thousands of activities are offered all around Europe to demonstrate how exciting and fun research is. At Lund University, the event usually takes place at the Vattenhallen Science Centre.
Contact person: stefan [dot] zamudio [at] kansli [dot] lth [dot] se
Read more about the European Researchers’ Night

Culture Night

Please contact the communications officer at your faculty


If you wish to discuss any ideas or you need support with regard to faculty-wide activities, please contact
 ulla [dot] bostrom_hjorth [at] fsi [dot] lu [dot] se

Please contact the faculty communications officer for information about faculty-specific activities. 

Contact a communications officer at your faculty (in Swedish)