Countdown to the final of the Swedish Researchers’ Grand Prix: Who is best at presenting their research?

Carbon dioxide storage, using chickens to understand cancer, how the forest can benefit from a successful date, health information, norms in schools, and Alzheimer’s research – these are all insights to be gained at this year’s national final of the Swedish Researchers’ Grand Prix. On 23 November, six researchers will take to the stage in Stockholm in an attempt to win the votes of the audience and expert jury.

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Uppställningen klar i årets final: Vem är bäst på att presentera sin forskning?

Koldioxidlagring, hur kyckling kan användas för att förstå barncancer, vad skogen vinner på en lyckad dejt, hälsoinformation, normer i skolan och Alzheimerforskning – det kommer du att få en inblick i under årets final i Forskar Grand Prix. Den 23 november kliver sex forskare upp Vasateaterns scen för att vinna publikens och juryns röster. 

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”Try to create an experience for the audience” Matthew Tompkins best advice

Matthew Tompkins from Lund University is a cognitive scientist who used illusions and magic to amaze the audience in the national final of the Swedish Researchers’ Grand Prix in 2022. We interviewed him about his experiences from the competition, his best advice for this year’s participants, and about his passion for magic in psychology.

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