Welcome to the annual Darwin Day celebration at the university of Oslo. This open event is for everybody interested in science and history.
As the third country in Europe, Norway establishes the innovation programme SPARK based on Stanford SPARK. At this kick-off UiO will showcase the first Norwegian SPARK teams – SPARKees.
The main event of Oslo Life Science 2018 where we showcase our best research and let international speakers give us new insight in how to increase value creation from basic research. What are the government’s expectations for the life science community in the Oslo region?
LMI and partners welcome you to join this day where we will present the Norwegian life science ecosystem, discuss the importance of collaboration, look at global success stories and challenge Norwegian decision and policy makers on their ambition and execution.
With this seminar PhD-students, postdocs and Master´s students will have the opportunity to create networks outside academia.
The response for this event has been overwhelming and it is fully booked. You may sign up for the waiting list by filling out the form at the bottom at the page. You may also show your interest for the event on Facebook.
In Norwegian. Hva var de viktigste debattene om bioteknologi i 2017? Hva blir viktig i året som kommer?
Get updated on the latest research on sustainable food. Topics: Circular economy for more sustainable feed and food production and new sources of nutrients; Sustainable animal and plant-based food; and Gene technology in future food production for our health and the environment.
With this seminar we want to strengthen the collaboration between UiO and OUS even further and hopefully inspire even more researchers to collaborate across disciplines and join in the next UiO:Life Science application round for convergence environments that will start in the spring of 2018
Heiner Dreismann (former CEO of Roche Molecular Systems) on how to successfully build an international life science industry.