Speakers for the Science for Life seminar series can be nominated twice per year. The nominated speakers are evaluated and selected by the Science for Life seminar series committee, which will accept excellent national and international speakers within the field of bioscience.
The researcher that nominates an accepted speaker will be the host of the seminar. The host is responsible of finding a date for the seminar and booking travel and accommodations. SciLifeLab will cover the expenses for booking of the seminar venue, travel and accommodation and a social activity according to the Seminars Guidelines.
Next nomination period for Uppsala: untill April 15
The SciLifeLab The Svedberg seminar series is running every other week in the Biomedical Center in Uppsala. The seminar series’ history dates back to the middle of the 70’s. A local committee invites leading scientist from Sweden and worldwide to hold research seminars within the field of bioscience.
The Science for Life Seminars – Campus Solna is running every month, in the SciLifeLab Gamma building, Tomtebodvägen 23 A, Solna.
“Clinical Talks” has been renewed for yet another exciting, innovative, and enlightening season. This season will focus on sustainable innovations within Life Sciences, that have the potential to contribute to a better climate friendly future for our future generations. Also new this year is that the seminar is co-organized in a collaboration between SciLifeLab and KI Innovations .
Season 5, will be held September 2021 until March 2022 with scheduled Talks, during Friday mornings 09-09:30 am via ZOOM (with some time-zone friendly adjustments for our international speakers). Each session consists of a talk given by our invited speaker followed by Q&A. The seminar is an open educational seminar series for our ever-expanding Life Science community.