The exhibition presents new ways of managing and controlling one’s own health. Take a look at eight different stories in which the patients themselves are the experts. The patients have developed instruments, measuring devices and networks, and with the help of them, they lead a better life. The exhibition has been produced by the Science Museum in London and it is part of the EU wide SPARKS project.
Heureka is also showcasing genetic tests in the exhibition. Visitors can participate in a survey, the results of which are given to genome researchers to use.
Science Cafés in Heureka’s Event Square
In the Science Café, you can meet researchers from different fields of health technology. You can ask them questions about things that interest you. Small snacks will be available.
Thu 18 Jan, 2018 at 6–7 pm. The author of ‘Biohakkerin päiväkirja’ (Biohacker’s diary) and technology specialist, Teemu Arina, will talk about improving one’s quality of life through better reconciliation of exercise, nutrition, sleep, mood and work.
Thu 25 Jan 2018, at 6–7 pm. Try the Moodmetric smart ring which allows you to map stressful situations in your daily life and helps you to overcome stress.
Thu 8 Feb, 2018 at 6–7 pm. Come and test exhibit prototypes of the new brain exhibition due to open at Heureka in autumn 2018!
Thu 15 Feb, 2018 at 6-7 pm. Hertta (CERT), heart attack risk test.
Sat 3 March, 2018 at 10 am – 8 pm. Make a gene test! Come and make a genetic test and find out more about how they can be used.
Thu 8 March, 2018 at 6–7 pm. The theme of the event is antibiotic resistance, a threat to the human kind which can be compared to climate change. How can the phenomenon be prevented on a daily basis? Annamari Heikinheimo, the University of Helsinki.