As a priority, Think Corner strives to make interesting scientific topics widely known. Events must have scientific content or a clear connection to research, science, the University or interaction between science and the rest of society. The content and the manner in which events are organised must be geared to the general public.
In the event proposal, the event organiser must be able to describe the content, purpose and presenters of the event to a degree that makes it possible to determine the event’s suitability for Think Corner. The organiser cannot unilaterally and substantially change the content and purpose of the event. Think Corner reserves the right to assess whether the content and method of implementation are appropriate for Think Corner.
Events where topics related to politics, religion, values or beliefs are discussed must be multi-voiced. This means that the event must include experts representing different opinions and perspectives. Think Corner reserves the right to assess whether the requirement on the multi-voiced nature of events is fulfilled.
If the event is organised by a company or another commercial operator, the event content must take into account convergences with science and research.
Events for invited guests can be held in the Think Corner facilities, but such events cannot be closed to the general public unless the maximum occupancy of the building is reached. Limited catering can be arranged for guests in conjunction with events. Think Corner reserves the right to decide when the maximum occupancy of the building is reached and when stewards must be placed at the entrances to control access.
Think Corner is closed in accordance with separately announced summer and public holiday opening hours.