Hanne Fjelde, researcher in peace and conflict science, talks about her study where smart wristwatches are used to investigate security during political elections. Photo: YAS
On 4–6 November, 22 researchers joined the Tekniska Museum and Science centre in Stockholm to meet children and talk about research. The idea for the collaboration came from the Young Academy of Sweden's (YAS') children's book Researcher Dreams. Signed copies of the book were also first prize in a quiz walk where YAS encouraged visitors to pose questions to the researchers.
1. Tekniska Museum and Science centre's 'Queen of Programs', Linda Sandberg, marked SUA's presence with balloons. 2. Christian Ohm at his station in the exhibition Moving to Mars. 3. Political scientist Victor Galaz (seated, third person from the left) from Researcher Dreams participated, as did science historian Jens Amborg and climate researcher Frida Bender, toghether with visitors in the photo. Photo: YAS
1. Palle Dahlstedt demonstrates the AI he has programmed that creates music. 2. Lucie Delemotte, biophysicist, explains her research. 3. Teodor Jernsäther-Ohlsson shows a digital fragrance game. Photo: YAS
1. Christian Ohm stops by Researcher Dreams in the museum shop. 2. Jens Amborg and Christian Ohm. 3. Quiz walk. Photo: YAS
1. Visitors stop for a chat with researchers, to the right CEO Sverker Lundin. 2. YAS' Christian Ohm together with Elisabeth Rachlew from Researcher Dreams, she is a physicist and member of The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. 3. Visitors test the scent game with Teodor Jernsäther-Ohlsson. Photo: SUA
Our dearest thank you to the Tekniska Museum and Science centre for having us we had so much fun!