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Christmas Calendar from LTH – the gift that keeps on giving

Photo of a person in the clean room nanolab.

Have you always wanted to visit the cleanroom Lund Nano Lab? Or are you curious about how researchers separate cancer cells from the blood with lab-on-a-chip technique? Or – maybe you just want to make your own pH indicator out of red cabbage.

We hope that you haven’t missed LTH’s Christmas calendar filled with exciting experiments. Each day a short film is being published, where students at LTH show an experiment and explain the science behind the experiment.

The Christmas calendar has become a tradition for many who enjoy various experiments in physics, biology, chemistry, and technology. Not least among school classes, the films are popular, both as entertainment and because it easily contributes to teaching in natural sciences and technology.

This year's edition of the Christmas calendar is made by LTH students Hanna Norrud, Julia Jakobsson and Marina Peltonen. Julia and Marina are students at the Nanoscience program.

For NanoLundians, so far, day 4, where our member Thomas Laurell explains lab-on-a-chip, and day 10 with a visit to LundNanoLab are of extra interest.