At Sanomatalo, experts talk about and discuss the Nobel Prizes in medicine, physics, chemistry and economics.
How a person senses heat and pain? How do we know how carbon dioxide warms the atmosphere? Do new types of catalysts facilitate the transition to green chemical production?
And how will an increase in low wages affect employment?
Scientific communities and Helsingin Sanomat’s big discussion about the Nobel Prizes in Science announced last week is on Thursday, October 14 at 5 p.m.
As experts in discussing the Nobel Prizes in Medicine, Physics, Chemistry and Economics, Professor Petri Ala-Laurila From Aalto University, professor Heikki Järvinen From the University of Helsinki, Professor Emeritus Kristiina Wähälä From the University of Helsinki and Professor Kristiina Huttunen From Aalto University.
They also answer questions from the audience.
For the occasion there is free access for the public, but the number of participants is limited. The event will be broadcast live on Helsingin Sanomat’s website.
The event will be hosted by a science journalist Mari Heikkilä, who regularly contributes to the Science magazine and the science programs of YLE, and a science journalist Matti Mielonen About Sanoma’s science editorial.