Within the frame of the EU-project SPARKS Lithuania has launched a Pop-up Science Shop. They aim to invite citizens to express their request for topics during the lifespan of the project which will then be translated into questions for future research. As of now they are already working on two topics; one is related to psychological support to parents that have lost a child and the other deals with corruption in the health sector. In April an interview with Ingrida Gečiene was published in which she expresses her ideas about Science Shops and introduces the Sparks project. You can access the article here (it is in Lithuanian).