21 Sep

Studio, lower level of the Teaching Building (Undervisningshuset), Uppsala och online

Worth knowing: The right thing in the right place – from desk to dirt

A lake with reeds in the foreground. Photo.

In the first Worth knowing of the fall, Faruk Djodjic explains how scientists can help both farmers and the government battle the eutrophication of lakes, rivers and seas.

Nutrients used in farming contribute to the eutrophication of rivers, lakes and the sea. The means to effectively combat this is largely dependent on local conditions. In this popular science lecture, Faruk Djodjic from the Department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment explains how researchers can aid farmers and public authorities in their work against eutrophication.

Soup is served from 12.00. The lecture starts at 12.15. Please note that you won’t be able to bring the soup with you into the Studio.

Watch the lecture online

If you can’t join us live, the lecture will also be live-streamed on SLU Play.

Worth knowing

Worth knowing is the SLU University Library’s popular science lunchtime lecture series. Here, exciting and recent research results from SLU are presented. We offer a light lunch, and after the lecture, there is an opportunity to ask questions to the speaker. Worth knowing lectures are organised in Umeå and Uppsala.


Time: 2023-09-21 12:15
City: Uppsala och online
Location: Studio, lower level of the Teaching Building (Undervisningshuset)
Organiser: SLU University Library
Additional info:

Language: Swedish.

No pre-registration is required.

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