Interviews with Industry representatives
SciBlogger 2x2: Interview with Marilu Valente
Don't just read it! Watch SciBlogger's thought-provoking interview with young enterpreneur Marilu Valente, CEO and co-founder of Cyclic Design For more information on Cyclic Design check out https://cyclic.design/about-us/ #sciblogger #sustainability #innovation #inspiration #careeradvice 0:06:46 How did your career develop?When did you decide to take the risk and choose this path ? 0:17:18 How did the covid pandemic affect your working routine? 0:18:53 What is the hardest part of your job? 0:29:56 Cyclic design is a “female company” created by you and Nina Masson. Is the business world harsh for women-entrepreneurs? More content on: https://www.sciblogger.com/
Interviews with Academics
SciBlogger 1x3: Interview Elsa Qoku
Don´t just read it! Another Interview, another perspective!! Watch on SciBlogger an inspiring interview with Dr. Elsa Qoku, research associate at Building Chemistry and Composite Construction Materials at the University of Freiberg in Germany. She got the prize from the German Chemical Society for her doctoral thesis on the characterization and quantification of cement-based materials and here sharing with us her experience in academia. #sciblogger #cementchemistry #academia #researcher
SciBlogger 1x2: Interview with Prof. J.Provis
Don't just read it! Watch SciBlogger's interview series! This time we are asking one of the superstars of material science, Prof. John Provis about his views on Open Science, science/industry cooperations and... what are his favourite smartphone apps. Prof. Provis is Deputy Head, and Professor of Cement Materials Science and Engineering at The Sheffield University, UK. #sciblogger #materialscience #sustainability #innovation #science #cement 0:08:48 What are the most crucial scientific challenges to be solved currently in your research area? 0:11:19 What do you think about the idea of Open Science? 0:13:23 What is your opinion on academia/industry corporations? 0:23:57 Do you think it is worth it to stay in academia? 0:27:20 Do you have any tips for how to apply for successful funding? More content on: https://www.sciblogger.com/
SciBlogger 1x1: Interview with prof. A. Cwirzen
Don't just read it! Watch SciBlogger's first interview! An inspiring talk with prof. Andrzej Cwirzen, Head of Building Materials group at Luleå University of Technology and Concrete Researcher of the Year 2020 in Sweden! Picking his brain about the researcher's work, future scientific challenges, passions and hobbies, inspiration sources and... favorite holiday destinations. #sciblogger #materialscience #sustainability #innovation #science #cement #inspiration #careeradvice 0:11:27 What are the most crucial scientific challenges to be solved currently in your research area? 0:22:25 If you had a choice of anyone in the world that is alive or dead, who would you have an online meeting with? 0:26:12 Do you have any advice to young people who are now graduating and choosing their career path? 0:28:53 What is one skill that students should develop to become researchers? More content on: https://www.sciblogger.com/
Luleå! Discover our City up here in the ...
Winter – The Luleå Way
This is Luleå. Here, we live life in our own way. Our city is close to the sea and the natural environment, city life and wilderness are both on our doorstep. This is our Arctic everyday life. We are the people who make Luleå the wonderful place that it is. We do not just live through our seasons, we live for them and we make the most of them. This is winter in Luleå. You are welcome to share it with us.
Summer The Lulea Way
Midnight sun and arctic adventure. Kayak towards he horizon and bathe in the river. Cycle in the archipelago, or wander in tranquil virgin forest. Stand in the middle of a medieval world heritage site. Spend the night on a rock wall. Rafting or sailing. Spa and dining at sunset in award-winning hotels and restaurants. Night or day, nature or city. Close, natural and erratic. Don’t exclude. Don’t think so much. Experience The Luleå Way.