Meet the division of young researchers (Finnish abbreviation “NuTu”) of the Finnish Psychological Society and Läpinäkyvää tiedettä -network on Thursday 14 April at 12.20.
The members of NuTu are graduate students or other young researchers in the field of psychology and social psychology. If your research topic is in some way related to psychology, you’re welcome to join us!Our activities include monthly lunches and after work events. We also organise a seminar once or twice a year. We often speak English when we meet, but the seminars are mainly in Finnish. Read more about us on our website or on facebook.
Läpinäkyvää tiedettä -network is a low-threshold meeting place for researchers and others interested in open science in Finland. The network is organized by volunteers and open to everyone.We want to increase awareness about good scientific practices and find better ways to do science. We regularly organize meetings, journal clubs,and more casual gatherings. You’re welcome to join whether you have a lot of experience in open science or are just a beginner! Finnish is the main language in most of our activities,but we welcome English speakers as well, and hope to have more activities in English in the future. Read more about us on our website.