Michael Bossetta, a researcher in media and communication studies at Lund University has been named Sweden’s best science communicator. He beat six other researchers to win the title at the final of the Researchers’ Grand Prix on 25 November in Stockholm.
The countdown has begun. On 25 November, seven finalists will take to the stage to present their research in the most exciting and comprehensible way possible – in just four minutes! Join in and vote for your favourite in the Researchers’ Grand Prix.
How good are you at explaining your research? In the Researchers’ Grand Prix, researchers compete to see who can present their research in the most engaging, educational and understandable way – in just 4 minutes! Applications are now open for Researchers’ Grand Prix Digital, an online heat that is open to researchers throughout Sweden. Submit your application, gain an experience of a lifetime and the chance to win 15,000 SEK.Läs mer
Are you planning on participating in the Researchers’ Grand Prix this year? Or would you just like to be better at explaining what you do at work every day to your friends and family? In September, the Researchers’ Grand Prix is offering two webinars for researchers on how to communicate their research in a quick and engaging way. Läs mer
Applications are now open for N.Ö.R.D., the online open heat of the Swedish Researchers’ Grand Prix 2020. In the Researchers’ Grand Prix, researchers in Sweden compete to present their research in as understandable, captivating and inspiring way possible in just four minutes. An expert jury together with the audience decide the winner. Läs mer
Keivan Javanshiri, a medical researcher at the Department of Neuropathology at Lund University has won the 2019 Swedish Researchers’ Grand Prix. He was awarded the title of Sweden’s best science communicator at the final held on 26 November in Stockholm. The winner was decided based upon the combined votes of the public and a jury.Läs mer