This European Researchers’ Night project is funded by the European Commission under HORIZON 2020 in the framework of Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions, under grant No 722750

Viimsi
Wednesday 23.09
19.00
Researchers' Night in Viimsi School: Science and medicine at the service of an ill person+0
As a part of the pan-European Researchers' Night, Viimsi School welcomes you on 23rd September at 19.00 - "Researcher...
As a part of the pan-European Researchers' Night, Viimsi School welcomes you on 23rd September at 19.00 - "Researchers' Night in Viimsi School: Science and medicine at the service of an ill person". Exciting workshops introduce numerous scientific inventions and discoveries that help us take care of our health. Together, we stand for the Whole Healthy Estonia!

1. The Way to a Diagnosis From Within (C - 204, from 19.00 to 20.00). Dr Sirje Marran and Eve Ojavere, Diagnostics Clinic, North Estonian Regional Hospital 
Max 15 people, primarily for students from grades 7 to 12, but for everyone else as well
Pre-register only:
 www.eformular.com/sipelgas/diagnoosini.html

2. Health Engineers in Biomedical Technology (C - 208, from 19.00 to 20.30). Ivo Fridolin and Kristjan Pilt, Tallinna University of Technology
Max 15 people, primarily for students from grades 8 to 12, but for everyone else as well
Pre-register only:  www.eformular.com/sipelgas/terviseinsenerid.html

3. What Are Biomedival Technology and Medical Physics? (C – 210, kell 19.00-20.30). Arved Vain, Uku Kaljund and Armin Ansip, University of Tartu
Max 20 people, primarily for students from grades 10 to 12, but for everyone else as well   
Pre-register only: www.eformular.com/sipelgas/biomeditsiin.html

4. Your 100 Billion Companions (C - 214, from 19.00 to 20.30). University of Tartu
Max 20 people, primarily for students from grades 1 to 12, but for everyone else as well  
Pre-register only: www.eformular.com/sipelgas/kaaslased.html

5. From Powder to Pill – Why? How? Then What? (C – 222, from 19.00 to 20.30). Laura Viidik, Kristo Karu and Georg Lanno, Pharmaceutical Society of the University of Tartu. 
Max 20 people, primarily for students from grades 4 to 12, but for everyone else as well  
Pre-register only: www.eformular.com/sipelgas/pulber.html

6. I Can Hear! With the help of... a screw and a computer? (C - 223, from 19.00 to 20.30). Dr Mare Kalvet, Director of the centre of Otorhinolarynghology, East-Tallinn Central Hospital Surgery Clinickirurgiakliinik
Max 20 people, primarily for students from grades 7 to 12, but for everyone else as well
Pre-register only: www.eformular.com/sipelgas/kruvi.html

7. Surgery through a keyhole (C - 229, from 19.00-20.30). Dr Ivo Saarma and dr Lauri Maisvee, Fertilitas
Max 20 people, primarily for students from grades 6 to 12, but for everyone else as well
Pre-register only: www.eformular.com/sipelgas/kirurg.html

8. 9 months inside the belly of a mother (C - 237, from 19.00 to 20.30). Dr Reet Laasik, Fertilitas
Max 20 people, primarily for students from grades 1 to 12, but for everyone else as well
Pre-register only: www.eformular.com/sipelgas/9kuud.html

9. Does a human begin with a mouth? (C - 241, from 19.00 to 20.00). Tõnu Kauba, Tallinna Health Care College
Max 15 people, primarily for students from grades 7 to 12, but for everyone else as well
Pre-register only: www.eformular.com/sipelgas/suust.html

10. Cycling – what you should and must know about it? (C – 239, from 19.00 to 20.30). Indrek Rannama, Tallinna University
Max 15 people, primarily for students from grades 10 to 12, but for everyone else as well
Pre-register only: www.eformular.com/sipelgas/ratas.html

Additional information: peeter@viimsi.edu.ee
19.00
Viimsi School, Randvere tee 8, Haabneeme