Genom denna övning får du möjlighet att inspireras till forskning och vetenskap samtidigt som du får öva på läsförståelse av vetenskapliga posters och lära dig om hur den vetenskapliga processen kan gå till. De posters som används kommer från deltagarna i Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar.



Materialet hittar du längre ner på den här sidan.

The material consists of:

  • Scientific posters sorted by subject in order to choose a poster within a subject of your interest.
  • Questions to be used as a tool for the analising the poster and the scientific process



Use the questions below as tool for analising . The questions in italics is for a more advanced analysis:

  • Why did the researcher choose to use the particular methods they did in connection with their project? Could they have used other methods? Is there a connection between the research question and the method used?


  • Did the researcher use control groups/control data? Why are these needed? Are there cases where these are not needed?

  • Does the project involve any ethical dilemmas that may have required the researcher to obtain special approval (e.g., human experimentation/animal testing)? When is ethical approval required?

  • How has the researcher presented their data (e.g., tables/diagrams/images/figures, etc.)? Could they present their data in another way?

  • How are their figure captions?

  • How many experiments were conducted? Can it be said that the project’s data are statistically significant? Are more experiments needed? What determine whether or not the project’s data are statistically significant? Are there projects that do not require statistically significant data?

  • Has the research question been answered? How?

  • Are the conclusions supported by the collected data?

It might not always be possible to answer certain questions based solely on the information contained in a project’s poster. In such cases, consider why such information is missing and whether or not it should have been included.

After completing the above exercise, tbriefly present their conclusions in your groups to one another, perhaps followed by a class discussion. The primary focus of this whole-class discussion should be on the more deeply analytical questions written in italics (approx. 30 min.).

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Questions for the analysis

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Deep Learning-based Stereotactic Cranial Surgery Planning

Joint replacements

Nutritious crops on mars

Nanoscale resolution imaging


Foam – the chemical phenomenon foam

Revolutionising biomonitoring studies with ‘microsampling’

Optimization of the synthesis of the fluorescent dye “nile red”

Computer Science

FollowMe: AI to revolutionize cortical visual impairment therapy

Federated Learning


Neuron-Specific Dropout

Environmental Studies

Feasibility of Using Galleria Mellonella Larvae as a Means to Address Plastic Pollution

Environmental magnetism approach to differentiate air pollution particulate sources


Model space reduction of deterministic systems with nonlinear time evolution

On harmony in number theory a journey from primes to means and logs

Stochastic optimization of energy prosumption systems


Communicating neurobiology behind emotional reactions to children

Compatibility of DeAlta mobile app with Mexico’s healthcare system

Effects of essential oils of lavender and rosemary

Novel method to study gene regulation in brain cancer


The physics of a bead rolling on a rotating hoop – a problem in nonlinear dynamics

Water Music – Tuning Bottles Easily!

Microresonators for mid-infrared upconversion in plasmonic nanogaps