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The taste of beer

When: 25. Sep. 2018, Tuesday

Where: Norðurlandahúsið , Streymoy

Livestreamed lecture from Aarhus UniversityHumans have been able to brew beer for almost 10,000 years, because the brewing process is basically a simple and quite natural process that combines germination of barley - ie. malting - with fermentat…

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Quantum Physics - the wild world of atoms

When: 9. Oct. 2018, Tuesday

Where: Norðurlandahúsið, Streymoy

Livestreamed lecture from Aarhus UniversityThe Danish physicist Niels Bohr proposed in 1913 a model for nuclear construction, reminiscent of the planetary circuits of the Sun in the Solar System. Bohr's theory became a precursor to the so-called…

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Altjóða Sálarheilsudagur 2018

When: 10. Oct. 2018, Wednesday

Where: Sinnisbati, Streymoy

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Mynstran og avmynstran

When: 11. Oct. 2018, Thursday

Where: Norðurlandahúsið í Føroyum, Streymoy

Besta mynstranin á nýggja arbeiðsplássinum er alneyðug, um nýggja starvsfólkið skal støðast væl.
Hósdagin 11. oktobur bjóðar bituff aftur til Vinnurák, sum er ein røð av kunnandi fyrilestrum um ymisk nútímans evni, sum eru viðkomandi fyri vinnulívið…

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The useful killer molecules of nature

When: 30. Oct. 2018, Tuesday

Where: Norðurlandahúsið , Streymoy

Livestreamed lecture from Aarhus UniversityEffective medicine is one of the foundations of our modern society - in fact, it is difficult to imagine that there was once a world without, for example, antibiotics for the treatment of infections or chemo…

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Why do we age?

When: 6. Nov. 2018, Tuesday

Where: Norðurlandahúsið, Streymoy

Livestreamed lecture from Aarhus UniversityWe all age - it's a natural part of life. Wrinkles and grey hair are just some of the many signs of aging. Research has shown that there are several common mechanisms behind aging, but it is remark…

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Volcanoes and communities throughout the ages

When: 13. Nov. 2018, Tuesday

Where: Norðurlandahúsið, Streymoy

Livestreamed lecture from Aarhus UniversityVolcanic eruptions are violent geological events, but have they also affected the human history? In this lecture you will hear three selected case studies of how exactly volcanoes have affected communit…

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