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Collaborators within TeaTales:
hushållningssällskapet norrbotten-västerbotten, Vetenskap och Allmänhet and Umeå University

HS Umea

Within Teatime4science collaborated:
Ages Umea

Teatime4science is funded by Vetenskapsrådet, Project number: 2014-4270

Teatales is funded by Formas project number 2021-02449

Website design by Maks Smits,
Website technical realization by Sandra Both, HeartCoded

Last update June 2016


The TBI team acknowledges Bas Dingemans, for all his work in previous versions of this website and his contributions to the TBI project. Alex Jukimenko, Jimmy Kremnev, Antonio Aquilar, Sarah Courbier, Sonia Brugel, Svetlana Serikova, María Dolores Benjarano Carrión and Alexandre Jousset are acknowledged for translating part of this website. We also thank all the persons that provided us with pictures of their TBI experiments. Viktor1/ provided a background picture.


This website has been compiled with the utmost care. And we regret if there are mistakes, but they can happen. It is for informational purposes only, and no rights can be derived from its contents. Some pages may also contain images and text or other elements subject to third-party copyright. Please check this carefully before using this. Content provided by third parties, such as pictures, is done with permission by the author. We are not responsible for content of links in this website.


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