Whole Programme

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Micro workshop
08.15–09.45, 10.00–11.30, 12.00–13.30, 14.00–15.30
Agora Latin (B112.2)
The basics of algorithmic thinking, coding and robotics. Suitable for classes 1-4. Duration 90 minutes. Each time slot is for one class or maximum of 24 students. 

Robot driver's licence 
08.15–09.45, 10.00–11.30, 12.00–13.30, 14.00–15.30
Agora 5th floor, Oppimo
Test your skills with driving robots and get your own robot driver's licence. Suitable for classes 3-6. Duration 90 minutes. Each time slot is for one class or maximum of 24 students. 

Pimp your micro:bit
08.15–09.45, 10.00–11.30, 12.00–13.30, 14.00–15.30
Agora Africa (B112.1)
All possibilities of using micro:bit miniature computers. Use your imagination and create an innovative technological solution. Suitable for classes 5-9. Duration 90 minutes. Each time slot is for one class or maximum of 24 students. 

Brain teasers for the whole family
Kärki building (next to Agora main building) 
Learn about the brain, visit the brain research laboratory and meet scientists.

What is science? LUMA-activities for younger children
Department of Physics 2nd and 3rd floor lobbies
Welcome to explore natural sciences and maths, to experience the joy of insight and to get some nice science experiences! Suitable for ages 4-6. Registration for groups required. 

Teachers' lounge
9.00–13.00 Ruusupuisto 2D
Come and meet colleagues to share the joys and challenges of your profession over a coffee. Discuss what could be the best about learning in your work? How to share knowhow and how to further develop it? In the meanwhile there are many guided activities for students and children.

Alternative realities - workshop and exhibition tour for school groups. In Finnish. 
Jyväskylä Art Museum Holvi, Kauppakatu 23
What do we sense and how could be beyond the typical borders of our experiences? Duration 1,5 h. Max 24 children per workshop. Also open non-stop workshops 17.00-20.00. Registration via this link only: https://www.lyyti.fi/reg/Toisia_todellisuuksia_tyopaja_ja_nayttelykierros_koululaisryhmille_1761

Robotics workshops
Agora micro classes:

La­tin (B112.2)
Africa (B112.1)
Eu­ro­pe (B113.1)

Track the Tracks
Natural History Museum, Vesilinna
Animal track workshop for preschoolers (advance booking, maximum number of participants 10 children/workshop.) Duration 1 h.

Tracks invite pre-schoolers and classes 1-2 on an adventure
9.00, 10.00, 11.00, 12.00 on the hour, duration approx. 1 h
Ruusupuisto, groups meet in the main lobby
Come with your teacher on an adventure following tracks! The track course includes tree different activity points with problem-solving and learning. Max 12-14 students per group, but larger groups can book several tours. Pre-registration. 

What makes kids move?
Agora Alfa
What happens in your body when you move? The Sport Sciences Faculty's experiment point, suitable for children. 

TechTrends in Education! In English
9.00–15.00 on the hour, duration approx. 1 h
Ruusupuisto, 2nd floor foyer and Onni
We invite school pupils (5th-9th graders) to our workshop TechTrends in Education! with action-based technology fun. Pre-registration is needed. The program is in English.

Kriittisen korkeakoulun 50-vuotisjuhlaseminaari: Yhteisöllinen viisaus. In Finnish.
09.00–16.30 Ruusupuisto Juho
Seminar celebrating 50 years of Kriittinen Korkeakoulu. 

CSI-investigation for students
10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 14.00 and 15.00 on the hour, duration approx. 60 min
Chemistry department class laboratory YF310
There has been a horrible crime in the Chemistry Department, someone has broken into the facility’s research laboratory!  The confidential data is stolen. We need your help to investigate the leads and to catch the guilty. Suitable for ages 10-16. Group registration required. Max group size 20 students. 

A tour of the Physics Department particle accelerator for school groups
The tours depart from the Physics department 1st floor lobby, entrance via lakeside door
10.00–11.00, 10.30–11.30, 11.00–12.00, 11.30–12.30, 12.00–13.00
Each tour hold one class or about 25 persons. Larger groups may be split up for the duration of the tour. Suitable for classes 5 and up to college students. Duration approximately one hour. 

Keppler’s planetary stairs
10.00 - 20.00 Musica building, basement stairway
The stairs between the first floor and basement of the building make musical sounds. When walking on the stairs it is possible to hear the musical scales that mathematician Keppler (1571-1630) calculated from the elliptical orbits of planets.

Pythagoras' sounding planets
10.00-20.00 Musica building, downstairs corridor
Sensors in the floor of the corridor in the building’s basement represent planets. When stepping on these sensors they trigger musical notes that Pythagoras (582-496) imagined the planets would produce (“harmony of the spheres”).

Music of the planets - “Harmony of the spheres”
10.00 - 20.00 Musica building, Mocap laboratory (M014)
In this installation it is visualizae to follow the movement of planets throughout a year and to listen their music playing in the background. The installation has a new “planet instrument” that uses body-sensing techonology. By playing this instrument, it is possible to hear the melodies of the planets, as mathematician Keppler (1571-1630) thought they were related to planets' orbits.

StepDrums - AskelRummut
10.00 - 20.00 Musica building, Boombox (M106)
StepDrums (AskelRummut) is a musical instrument that connect music and physical activity. It produces music by walking, running, moving or with any other bodily movement that the user wants. Welcome to test this new and interesting musical fitness equipment and play it while running and jumping on drums, also while listening to your favourite music.

Sonic installation
10.00–22.00, Musica-building
A new interactive sonic installation, in which sound is produced by moving around and manipulating objects. This is part of an ongoing investigation. Visitors will be recorded in video and audio while they are in the room. Recorded material will be used for research and communication thereof.

Music technology - guided tours to Musica activities
10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 14.00
It is possible for groups to book a guided tour to all five activities at the Musica building. Please note that video and audio will be recorded at the Sonic Installation. The recorded material will be used in research and communication thereof. If you prefer your group not to be recorded, then you will be taken to the other four activities.

The Yellow Library
10.00-18.00 Jyväskylä University Main Library (B)
Opening of an exhibition about the life and work of Pro Finlandia awarded architect and professor Arto Sipinen (1936–2017) at 2pm. Achitect Jonas Malmberg from Docomomo Finland will give a speach during the opening ceremony (in Finnish). Guided tours in the JYU library by architect Päivi Lukkarinen at 3pm and 5pm. Leave your mark in the history of the Yellow library: Cherish the past, yet boldly plan for the future. “Memories of the Yellow Library”: Bring your pictures, stories and films to help us assemble a memorabilia of the Yellow Library. 

STIMEY workshops
Agora, B301 3rd floor
Welcome aboard the STIMEY workshops where you will learn about interesting STEM-subjects! The idea behind STIMEY is to get kids exited about STEM-subjects (natural sciences, technology, and mathematics) with a new kind of learning environment, which combines robotics, a social online learning platform, radio, and learning games. We are eager to hear your thoughts and feedback in order to continue developing the project in the right direction! The workshops include robots, physics simulations, and other stimulating instruments that help in learning about STEM-subjects. There will be two workshops for one class of students each, lasting 90 minutes. You are warmly welcome to come and see us even if you are not participating in a workshop yourself! For more information about STIMEY H2020, please visit: http://promostimey.uca.es/

Evolution workshops 1 & 2- in English
10.00, 11.00, 12.00 
YAB 312 and YAB 310, Ambiotica
Evolution workshops for school groups. The workshop runs three times as stated above. Each workshop will fit 10 to 30 persons and will last ca. 45 minutes. From age 5 and up. English workshop available!
Workshop 1 - Warning colour game
Warning colour game: The goal of this game is to demonstrate how warning colours and camouflage function in the wild. The game starts with the short introduction to animal coloration and how it can be studied. Students will be introduced to the concept of warning signals through an interactive game in which they can “forage” for sweets in a population of both cryptic and conspicuous “prey”. By changing the proportion of “unprofitable prey”, i.e. those that are empty rather than those containing sweets, as well as the availability of social information from watching other participants, students can see firsthand how the survival of different prey changes. 
Workshop 2 - Invasion biology game
This workshop emphasizes the importance of studying invasive species. We demonstrate how invasive species can affect ecosystems by playing an invasive species game designed by Dr. Carol Stepien. During the game, students will learn that there is limited amount of resources in the ecosystem, and that invasive species can out-compete native species and though that upset the balance in the ecosystem. This will introduce them to the concept of invasive species, their effects on native species and their importance both ecologically and economically. We will emphasis that certain evolutionary traits make for better invaders, and that understanding the evolution of invasive species is crucial for conservation efforts in a changing world. 

Brothers in Arms 
12.00–22.00 Seminarium, Soihtu museum & gallery 
An exhibition on Jyväskylä Teacher Seminary in the Finnish Civil War of 1918. Three self-acting workshops related to exhibition. In Finnish:
Exhibition and questions ( duration 15 min)
Roleplay (duration 45 min)
Card game (duration 1 h)
15:30 Monologue "Towards the rising Finland" (in Finnish), Peitsa Suoniemi
15:50 Presentation: Year 1918 as a local issue (in Finnish), Esa Sironen
16:15 Guided tour of the exhibition (in Finnish)

School group workshop and laboratory tour on Nanoscience
12.00, 13.00 and 14.00, duration about 60 min

Nanoscience Center (NSC) + YAB320
Traces of molecules - what does gold look like in nano scale and what could be done with it? An experimental research workshop for upper education or college groups, including a lab tour. Meeting point in the Nanoscience Center lobby. (max 30 persons in a group).

Nature relaxation
12.00 onward nonstop, Agora D122.1
A part of KeHO activities at Researchers' Night http://www.kehofinland.fi/ Take a rest for a few minutes and relax with Central Finland nature park views. 

Language Campus presents (in English): 
12.30–16.30, the hallway outside Lucina classroom
Digital exhibition of ongoing research projects
Graffiti floor
Multilingual café (In how many languages can you order a drink?)

EU corner
13.00­­–20.00 Agora lobby
The Research and Innovations Services present up to date information about the EU and research funding - come and learn about EU-funded research projects and meet researchers. 

Department of Health Sciences, Gerontology Research Center: Am I ageing actively?
Tested facts about ageing and factors relating to it. There will be short info sessions in Auditorium 2 on the hour 14-17, and you can participate in testing your physical strength (Alfa) or take part in cognitive tests (Beta). You can read the whole programme here: http://www.gerec.fi/ajankohtaista/gerec-mukana-jyvaskylan-yliopiston-tutkijoiden-yossa-28.9.2018

What happens when we move?
Agora Alfa
Take a peek inside your body - what happens when you sit and move, how your brain controls the movement and how to build your strenght?

Muistoja ja kokemuksia mielisairaalasta. In Finnish. 
14.00–16.00 Ruusupuisto Isa
Sharing memories of Finland's psychiatric hospitals throughout the country's history. 

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland: From the effluent of the candy factory to wood-based packaging materials 
14.00–20.00 Agora Lobby
A lot valuables are discharged with effluents - what about utilizing them? What new we can do from wood fibres? What kind of renewable energy solutions we are developing? Come and meet our researchers and see how the effluent of the candy factory looks like!

Child and family studies cafe
14.00–18.30, Ruusupuisto foyer 
Introducing the current child- and family-related research at Jyväskylä University. 

Multilingual escape room, in English!
Ruusupuisto Lucina
Escape the room by playing multilingual games with your group!  Three sessions of 20 minutes each. Suitable for school groups from class year 1 to 9. Pre-registration required. 

KeHO - wellbeing in Central Finland! In Finnish.
Brief wellbeing Q&As 
14.30, 15.30, 16.30, 17.30, 18.30, Agora Auditorium 2

We are co-creating an internationally known, Finnish wellbeing ecosystem in Central Finland. Nearly 20 organizations are committed to the multifaceted collaboration, combining research, development, innovation, and practice. Both the individual and community levels are considered in the core of our model. http://www.kehofinland.fi/
Everyone can join this collaboration, for instance in “Meijän polku” (Our Path), the newly established public health programme, aiming to improve wellbeing in Central Finland through four assets: nature, exercise, rest, and community spirit. http://www.meijanpolku.fi/
Welcome to hear, see, and experience more in the Researchers’ Night!

Coffee breaks and well-being at work
16.00–20.00 Ruusupuisto cafe Uno
16.00 and 17.30 workspace Elsa (nature workshops)
The chance to talk about well-being at work, assess your own well-being and learn more about new research over a coffee. Fun tests and food for thought! There will also be two active workshops about how nature  revitalises you at 16.00 and 17.30 with Nature Psychology experts Katriina Hyvönen and Kirsi Salonen.  Please note weather conditions with your choise of clothing for the nature workshop. No pre-registration needed. 

Revealing of the History wall of the Nanoscience Center
16:00 - 16:20 Nanoscience Center (NSC) main lobby

Nonstop science and experients, come and try it yourself!
16.00–20.00 Nanoscience Centre (NSC) / YN121
Hands-on experiments with mathematics and natural sciences and their nano-scale applications. Suitable for all ages. 

Nanoscience laboratory tours and demonstrations
16.00–22.00 Guidance from Nanoscience Center (NSC) main lobby
NONSTOP - In Nanoscience center you can experience the phenomena in nanoscience via demonstrations and explore the equipment used to do the research on tours to the top research facilities of the Nanoscience Center. The demonstrations and tours will be guided by the Researchers of the Center who will also gladly answer to any of your questions, like... - How does the Atomic Force Microscope work? - Clean-room: How to fabricate nanoscale devices? - How does the gold look like in nanoscale? - Traces of Molecules : Be a fluorescence detector - How can you "see" with lasers in nanoscale and ultrafast? - Near absolute zero - ultra low  temperatures: What is superconductivity? - Computer simulations of nanoscience equipment. - How does Nuclear Magnetic Resonance help to study in nanoscale? - What are the cells' own nanobots? - And a lot more...

Physics Laboratory tours and experiments
16.00–22.00 YFL Physics Department
Learn about Physics, its study and visit the particle accelerator laboratory. Join in constructing a piece of chart of nuclei out of colorful building blocks. See the largest accelerator of the accelerator laboratory the K-130 cyclotron. Become fascinated by the dance of the cosmic ray tracks in a cloud chamber. Try to build your own cloud chamber in a hands-on workshop. Learn about different types of electromagnetic radiation: infra-red and gamma rays. And much more: colorful plasmas, hair lifting high voltage, elemental analysis using accelerator beam, underground physics, space radiation effects on electronics, fluid dynamics. Research groups presenting their equipment and research.

Signs of Mathematics Exhibition (SoMath)
FYS2, Department of Physics, Ylistönrinne
Is it possible to find order in chaos? Do we understand what fractals really are? How mathematicians play billiards? Explore the many faces of chaos with the devices of the The Signs of Mathematics exhibition. The exhibition is suitable for families and students of all ages. Learn more: http://jyu.fi/somath.

IT faculty's cyber-, AI-, robotics- and game points
16.00–21.00 Agora lobby
IT faculty's interactive learning points with robots, virtual reality and other interesting features! 

Digital trends
16.00–21.00, Agora lobby
What do you know about digital trends? Come to answer a short survey about digital trends. Get to know how Digipolku project works and hear more about with free digital workshops for businesses and associations. The project is funded by Regional Council of Pirkanmaa (European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and State Financing, Vipuvoimaa EU 2014-2020), Regional Council of Central Finland, University of Jyväskylä's it-faculty, all Central Finland development companies and 10 Central Finland municipalities.

3D printing in practice
16.00–21.00 Agora lobby
Get familiar with 3D printing! At the stand you can see a 3D printer at work and hear more about the Opti3D project which promotes a wider use of 3D printing in Central Finland. The project is funded by the Regional Council of Central Finland.

Psychological programs for a meaningful life and well-being 
16.00–20.00 Ruusupuisto, Helena
The Psychology Department’s clinical sector research teams will be presenting several programs that have been developed and researched at the department as alternative ways for enhancing the well-being among adolescents, young and older adults. During our session, you will be introduced to our programs and you will have the chance to experience short, well-being exercises! Come and discuss with us ways that might be useful in reducing stress, preventing mental health difficulties and maintaining your own well-being in a frantic, fast-paced world!
- Student Compass:  A value, acceptance- and mindfulness-based program for university students, with Panajiota Räsänen and our team’s well-being coaches. The Student Compass is a web-based wellbeing and life skills program offering practical tools for enhancing psychological and emotional well-being, addressing motivation challenges, reducing stress, and promoting overall well-being. The Student Compass is part of JYU’s Student Life well-being support for students.
- Youth Compass: A well-being program for high school students, Päivi Lappalainen
- OWNpath: A well –being program for caregivers, Päivi Lappalainen
- 'Face your fear and speak up!' - A short program for students to overcome anxiety performance, Ana Gallego in English

Look, I'm driving with no hands!
16.00–20.00 Ruusupuisto, 3rd floor lobby
How to use the electric brain activity to steer equipment?

Hyper spectrum - see the worls with dog's eyes!
16.00–21.00 Agora lobby
Experts are bringing a spectrum camera which can construct images which look like the vision of a dog.

Eye movement; the window to your mind
16.00–20.00 Ruusupuisto, 3rd floor lobby
Real time picturing of eye movement

Joyful learning and immersive learning technologies
17.00–20.00, Ruusupuisto 2nd floor
You are warmly welcome to Ruusupuisto (2. floor) to explore immersive learning environments and modern learning technologies. You can test VR and AR glasses, play Minecraft in VR and explore the possibilities of virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and Minecraft in learning. You will also have the opportunity to practice robot (Bee-Bot and Lego) programming and explore the green screen technology. Activities are suitable for all ages.

Department of Chemistry’s Information stand
17:00–21:00, The lobby of Ylistönrinne’s Library, Ylistönrinne’s YK-Building
There is plenty to see and do in the Department of Chemistry. A small laboratory has been set up in the Chemistry Department’s lobby where new molecules are synthesized throughout the evening. Moreover, have you ever wondered where green fuels come from, how metals are recycled, why barbecuing makes your food tastier? Our professors and researchers are present in the lobby to answer these questions. Feel free to ask anything that is related to chemistry! We also welcome kids and grown-ups to colour our molecular colouring books and build their own molecules in our molecular model workshop. The lobby also works the meeting place for laboratory tours and chemistry lectures.

Build your own particle detector
17.00–21.00 on the hour
Department of Physics, FYS4, 2nd floor 
Would you like to see cosmic radiation or radon in the air with a particle detector, which you can build yourself? You will need a plastic cup, a dish cloth, an aluminum plate and a bit of "spices". The department of Physics offers the materials and invites you to a workshop to create the device. One workshop holds a maximum of nine people, small children must be accompanied by responsible adults. The workshops start once an hour, on the hour. If you wish, you can book some of the spaces in advance on the day, so you can visit other attractions and come back later.

Brain quiz 
17.00–20.00 Ruusupuisto, Katri
Test your brain in a tricky brain quiz!

Euroopan kulttuuriperintötunnus ja Suomi. In Finnish. 
17.00–18.30 S212 (Old Ceremony Hall, Seminarium)
A panel will discuss the European Commission cultural heritage programme and how Finland could take part.

Professorien Pyöreä Pöytä (Professors of the Round Table). In Finnish. 
17.00–18.00 Livestream radio show (no audience)
We Knig.... Professors of the Round Table are interested in sciences of all sorts and like to learn more about other sciences than our own areas of expertise. Researcher of economic history Jari Ojala, researcher of active ageing Taina Rantanen, evolutionary ecologist Johanna Mappes discuss and tell more about the recent and exciting findings on their respective fields. Facilitator nanophysicist Tero Heikkilä. There will be a link to the broadcast online nearer the event.  

Department of Chemistry’s Lab tours
Department of Chemistry
Molecules are the building blocks of everything, but they are too small to be seen with a naked eye. Luckily, the Department of Chemistry has large research instruments that allow us to peek inside molecules. In the lab tours you will see the research instruments and meet the researchers’ who use them to determine molecular structures of liquids, gases and solids. A tour includes four research laboratories. The maximum number of participants for each tour is 45 due to the small size of some laboratories. No enrolling is needed on tours beforehand.

THEATRE: Hahmotelmia kodiksi ja Kotiteatteriprojekti. In English and in Finnish.
18.00–20.00 Ruusupuisto Lucina
THEATRE-scheme studied the elements of assisted living and and the feelings of care home residents in Finland. A performance and a documentary film were made of the process and will be displayed at Researchers' Night. Performance duration 30 minutes, language Finnish. Documentary duration  20 minutes, languages Finnish and English. 

Researchers' Night at the Etteplan Test Laboratory
18.00–20.00 Kärki-building, next to Agora. Visitors meet in the lobby.
The programme is suitable for all ages and the whole family.
- Drop tests for Lego-structures
- Examine the results with the help of a high-speed camera
- Discover the contents of Mystery Boxes with x-ray microscope 

Pokemon evolution
18.00–22.00 TUMA, Ambiotica
We all know pokemon “evolve” but did you know pokemon are based on real species? Using the latest taxonomic methods researchers from the USA and Japan have created a fully phylogeny of pokemon evolution. Come see which came first, ground pokemon or grass pokemon. Children can use their knowledge of pokemon to create their own trees, and learn about how scientists classify and study real species. They can also come face-to-face with some of the living animals that inspired their favorite monsters. If that is not enough we will be attaching lure modules to the pokestops in the biology department to attract as many wild pokemon as possible for further study.

Animals' Fifty Shades of Grey
18.00–22.00 YAB 310, Ambiotica 
Learn about the weird and wonderful world of sexual reproduction. Which species has dozens of sexes? Which animal holds the title for the longest “package”. Find out about spiders that tie down their mates and insects that literally sacrifice their lives in search of sex! For ages 16 and up.

Bug date
18.00–22.00 YAB 324, Ambiotica 
Come and ask questions about secret life of invertebrate animals, and bring your own samples to be identified under the microscope!

We are tardigrades!
18.00–22.00 YAB 324, Ambiotica
Have fun while learning about the weird biology of these tiny creatures: where they live, how they feed and reproduce, how they are able to survive Space travel… Activities are suitable to all ages. You also get to see live tardigrades!

See the unseen
18.00–22.00 C2 hallway, Ambiotica
Come see all the forms of microscopic life living under our noses, from human cells to yeast, bacteria and viruses.

Citizen science and fungal species
18.00-22.00 YAB 312, Ambiotica
Come to small fungi exhibition. Sieniatlas (fungal atlas) project and some fungal species will be introduced. You can also bring your own specimens to be identified.

Test your species identification skills!
18.00-22.00, YAB 312, Ambiotica
Come and try if you can identify all plants, fungal species, insects and mammals.

Stop Superbugs!
18.00-22.00, Ambiotica, YAB 305
Stop Superbugs -game, designed by Dr. Svenja Lohner, will help students to understand in a fun way how natural selection leads to predominance of certain traits in bacterial population, and how it correlates with the misuse of antibiotics which leads to increased probability of creation of antibiotic resistance bacteria.  We hope that after this game, students will form attitudes that will be maintained throughout life. We plan to start with general introduction about bacteria and how it gains resistance to antibiotics. Meanwhile, we will ask questions to enhance student engagement and promote critical thinking about antibiotic resistance. In this game, students will roll dice to model how bacteria respond to treatment by antibiotics, and find out what happens if treatment is stopped too early or misuse antibiotics. At the end, we will finish game by introducing superbugs’ prevention methods such phage therapy.

An Exhibition of Chemistry in Action! In English
19.15–19.45  KEM1,  Department of Chemistry (YK-Building)
What is Chemistry anyways? This and many other questions will be answered through striking demonstration experiments. There will be some pops, bangs, and whizzes!

In the crossroads of a revolution. Finland before and after the Civil War of 1918. In Finnish. 
19.00–21.00 S212 (Old Ceremony Hall, Seminarium)
Short lectures by researchers of the History and Ethnology department.

Butterfly Effect In English
20.00–20.30 Department of Physics (YFL), FYS1
Does the flap of a butterfly’s wings in Brazil turn off my sauna in Finland?

Observing with Hankasalmi telescope
20.00-22.00 Ylistönrinne, Department of Physics, FYS5
A demonstration of how the only remote controllable telescope can be used to make astronomical observations. If the weather is cloudy we will exhibit previous observations. 

Open doors at the Observatory
20.00-24.00 Rihlaperä Observatory
Jyväskylä Sirius' Observatory at Rihlaperä is open to public from 8 p.m. to midnight. In clear weather you get to look through the telescope, in cloudy weather we will tell more about the equiment and tell more about astronomy. Click this link to a Google map to find the observatory. 

Department of Chemistry night show
Outdoor area next to the Ylistönrinne’s Library, Ylistönrinne’s YK-Building
Departments of chemistry Researcher’s Night program ends to the night show. Come and see when chemical reactions occur against the night sky!

Red-White Songs – songs about the Finnish Civil War of 1918. In Finnish.
21.00–22.00 S212 (Old Ceremony Hall, Seminarium) 
A concert of wartime songs by both the red and the white troops of Finnish Civil War of 1918.