600 lectures and nearly 4,000 subscribers of the SGGW SCIENCE channel; these are the data as of the channel’s second birthday.
SGGW SCIENCE was created as a platform to popularize science. Nevertheless, SARS-CoV-2 and its consequences, i.e. the rapid transition from the traditional form of science to the fully digitized formula, prompted us to create a separate channel where we decided to publish lectures and exercises.
The content is addressed not only to the SGGW students but also to prospects and candidates, and to a wide group of recipients interested in various topics presented by our scientists.
That’s where our success comes from
The added value of those online lectures is undoubtedly their availability, everyone can get new information and expand their knowledge at any time and from anywhere.
Thanks to the academics and the SGGW TV team, we are constantly adding new video materials; there are already 600 of them.
SGGW SCIENCE as seen by the SGGW TV Team – or how does it work?
On 25 March 2020, we published the first two lectures on the SGGW SCIENCE channel, led by Dr. Paweł Oglęcki. Today the channel contains about 600 materials.
A great variety of lectures and exercises, as well as reports, articles, and live educational events streaming. We talk about scientific projects carried out at our university and share the achievements and discoveries of our scientists with our viewers.
SGGW SCIENCE is a big source of knowledge.
Range of topics
The lectures on viruses by professor Bańbury allowed our viewers to broaden their knowledge on topics particularly important during the pandemic, whereas the materials prepared with the participation of the Institute of Human Nutrition Sciences staff presented the methods of measuring body composition, as well as showed how the sensory trials and the content of micro and macro elements in a given product follow.
We were drawn further into the secrets of logistics by prof. Bogdan Klepacki during the Logistics is beautiful series, while dr hab. Ewa Zaraś told us about the magic of trees.
For high school graduates and university students
The courses in chemistry, mathematics, and physics are useful for the SGGW students, and they are also appreciated by students from other academic centers as well as high school students.
How do I record the material?
Contact the SGGW Press Office. Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Feel free to use our materials and subscribe to the SGGW SCIENCE channel.
We would like to thank all our lecturers for their commitment to popularizing science!