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Last performance of The right way

Person looking at plastic material

The team behind the tour of the theatre play The right way recently gave their last performance for researchers and staff at Lund University. The right way has been part of an outreach activity for high school students focusing on how we handle new research findings in our everyday lives.

The team behind the theatre play Den rätta vägen (The right way, in English) recently concluded their tour around Sweden with a last performance for researchers and staff at the Physics Department. 

The play is about how we handle new research findings in our everyday lives and is one example of how researchers within NanoLund work with outreach activities. Den rätta vägen has been played for high school students all over Sweden. From Kiruna in the north, to Ystad in the south.

All in all, 1000 students has seen the play and participated in an interactive laboratory workshop illustrating how plastics in nature degrade into plastic nano particles that enter and disturb biological cycles. 

Tommy Cedervall from Biochemistry and Structural Biology presented the project together with his colleagues Mikael Ekvall and Martin Lundquist from NanoLund and the scriptwriter and actor Torbjörn Lindberg from Teater Sagohuset.  

The project was funded by Formas.