EIC | 1 DECEMBER

EIC | 1 DECEMBER

Growing up with a chronic disease can be hard. Having to deal with complicated day to day logistics and being distinctly different from healthy peers is a reality for children and young adults diagnosed with a chronic disease. Peer understanding and awareness of what...
EIC | 8 DECEMBER

EIC | 8 DECEMBER

Museums are non-profit organizations with the aim of educating, engaging and sharing knowledge to the community. However, sometimes it isn’t easy to understand the message they are trying to share. Does everyone understand the underlying message? From the outside,...
EIC | 24 NOVEMBER

EIC | 24 NOVEMBER

In what ways can music, science and technology come together? Tonight we explore these themes from a personal point of view. Steven Henry delves into the route he took until were he is now in his professional life. The presentation will be supplemented with short...
EIC | 17 NOVEMBER

EIC | 17 NOVEMBER

Luxury provokes emotions – ranging from jealousy to desire – it manifests itself in ostantative expressions of status while it is taboo for others. Are you interested in exploring innovation, luxury, and impact. Luxury can play a powerful role not only in fashion but...
EIC | 10 NOVEMBER

EIC | 10 NOVEMBER

The urgency of plastic as an environmental problem is clear, but at the same time we can hardly imagine a world without plastic. See the applications in the medical field, in the field of electricity, in cars and planes and in household appliances. So we have to start...
EIC | 3 NOVEMBER

EIC | 3 NOVEMBER

Big data and AI create inequalities. It puts historically marginalized people, like ethnic minorities, and womxn, at a disadvantage. Because AI and checking on AI require plenty of data, usually only giant corporations, the wealthiest governments, and university...