Recordings from the lectures spring 2016 Here you can see recordings of previous lectures at the Vetenskapens hus. Video: Motivating applications - Josef Hallberg 2016-06-08 How can we use technology to help people feel better, use their time better, and learning new things easier? Video: The online industry - Ulf Bodin, 2016-06-08 - remote controlled loaders and portable sensors Video: Beer, carrot juice or paper scraps - Yvonne Aitomäki, 2016-03-23 - Raw materials for Bionanocomposites The rigidity and strength of the plants and wood are nanofibres constructed of sugarmolekyler. Video: Sustainability through function rather than products - Magnus Karlberg, 2016-03-16 A global trend is that customers are increasingly interested in the functionality rather than products, says Magnus Karlberg, researchers in Computer Aided Design, Luleå University of Technology. Video: Particles for smart calculations - Pär Jonsén, 2016-03-09 Pär Jonsén, Professor in Solid Mechanics at Luleå University of Technology, says that numerical calculations to understand the physical and mechanical processes are an important part of society. Video: Laser light and wave properties; an orienteers perspective - Erik Olsson, 2016-03-02 A laser beam is like an orienteer, it always takes the fastest route between two points. Video: How water droplets freeze and evaporate - Anna-Lena Ljung, 2016-02-24 How water droplets freeze and evaporate - from slippery roads to dish wiping Video: How optics can be used to detect cancer - Kerstin Ramser, 2016-02-10 Cancer is a disease that affects the whole community. If tumors, which spread on an impressive smart way, is detected at early a stage it will increases the survival chances dramatically. Video: Inspiration from nature and future technologies - Marcus Björling 2016-02-10 In nature there are many fascinating solutions such as self-cleaning surfaces and animals with great climbing ability. Video: Magnetic materials; quantum physics in everyday life - Corina Etz, 2016-02-03 The magnetism is known since ancient times and has had many applications since then, in everything from compass to computers' hard drives.