Researchers' Night with Estonian Academy of Sciences
12-21 Researchers' Night Fair "Health and Science" in Solaris CentreThe Academy and its partners (Estonian Health Car...
12-21 Researchers' Night Fair "Health and Science" in Solaris Centre
The Academy and its partners (Estonian Health Care Museum, Tallinn University of Technology Museum, Centres of Excellence, privately owned enterprises and others) introduce the newest health-related research and technical equipment for testing various physiological parameters.
Estonian Health Care Museum - "Lesser Known Dimensions of Human Body"
Come and test the strength of your muscles - and compare yourself with your friends. Who's the strongest?
We'll measure EKG, explain how a heart works and give information about heart rhythm disorders
We'll also measure lung capacity and talk about the different phases of breathing
Dr. Arved Vain talks about myometer, his smart muscle diagnostics device that's now being used all around the world
Come and get to know yourself better! All of the results are useful and informative.
13-14.30 and 19-20.30 Evening of Music Therapy at Apollo Bookstore
Centre of Music Therapy talks about the effect of music, latest research in music therapy and how music can be used to improve our health. The practical side of the centre will also be introduced!
15-16.30 A psychotherapist's lecture on crisis management at Apollo Bookstore
Crises, their different phases and inevitability. But a crisis can also be a driving force. The favourite topics of research are developmental and traumatical crisis - what are they? Explained by Eda Kaljuste, psycholocigal counselor and psychodynamical group therapist.
17-18.30 Reading Night at Apollo Bookstore
Valdes Literary Cafe presents - David Lodge "Thinks..."
Set at a university, the novel focuses on higher education and how it's changing; on counting and dealing money; on interpersonal relationships in academic world - but most of all, on human conscious in its broadest sense. Excerpts from novel by the actors of Ranna-Viru People's Theatre (coordinated by Tiit Alte, a freelance director and translator). Guest appearance by Lembit Liivak.
David Lodge (born 1935 in London) is probably most famous for his "Campus Trilogy" (Changing Places, Small World and Nice Work have also been published in Estonia).
19 Movie Night at Solaris Cinema
The world premiere of Heini Drui's documentary "Looking For Light" and an opening of the space photography exhibition by Raivo Hein. Attention! Ticket required!
A movie about the life of Raivo Hein: successful Internet entrepreneur, amateur astronomist, adventurer and traveller. Discussions on the future of mankind, the mysteries of life and Universe.
19-21.30 Musical Cafe Scientifique at Estonian Academy of Sciences
"Medicine - Science and Art"
Brief discussions paired with great music and environment! Come and discuss the contact of doctor and patient in a globalising world. Moderated by Jüri Engelbrecht, Vice President of Estonian Academy of Sciences. The guests of CS are Ain-Elmar Kaasik (Emeritus Professor of Neurology of the University of Tartu) and his students - academician Toomas Asser and dr. Toomas Toomsoo. The head of discussion is Arko Olesk.
Musical interlude by Kirke Karja, Martin Kuuse and Martin-Eero Kõressaar.
Attention! You're also welcome on a tour around the Academy, a 19th century mansion on Toompea
Information on the events at the Academy and Solaris Centre:
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