Kommende 5 dager

i dag apr.
Tid og sted: 27. apr. 2017 09:30 - 28. apr. 2017 17:00, the Rotunda and Mezzanine at Domus Medica.

Flere kommende arrangementer

Tid og sted: 8. mai 2017 - 10. mai 2017, Professorboligen, UiO

Non-at-issue meaning, such as presuppositions and conventional implicatures (cf. Potts 2015 for a recent discussion), and information structural phenomena, such as topic, focus and givenness (cf. Krifka 2008), are topics in their own right that have often been investigated independently from each other. However, recent approaches to discourse and information structure (such as Simons et al. 2011, Tonhauser et al. 2013, and Beaver et al. to appear) have shifted the focus onto the connection between (non-)at-issueness and an implicit or explicit Question Under Discussion (QUD, see Roberts 1996, 2012, Büring 2003).

Tid og sted: 9. mai 2017 12:00 - 18:00, Blindern, Helga Engs Hus

We welcome you to an inspiring afternoon about Epigenetics and Stem Cells.

The Keynote lecture is by Prof. Frank Grosveld, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherland, a leading expert on transcription and chromatin organisation. We have a fantastic programme spanning from transcription and enhancer regulation, nuclear organisation, histone variants, human X-inactivation with focus on stem cells and differentiation.

The symposium will be held 9th of May 2017 at University of Oslo in Helga Engs Hus, Auditorium 1, Blindern,12.00-18.00 and is free of charge, but registration is mandatory.

Register here. Deadline for registration is 4th of May 2017.

Tid og sted: 18. mai 2017 11:30 - 14:30, Domus Medica, Auditorium 13
European Council meeting
Tid og sted: 18. mai 2017 13:30 - 19. mai 2017 13:30, Auditorium 2, Georg Sverdrups hus, University of Oslo Library (UBO)

In Oslo on 18 and 19 May, this conference will discuss the current internal dynamics in the EU, the different models of partnership with the EU and the future of Norway-EU relations. 

Tid og sted: 19. mai 2017 09:00 - 17:00, Store auditorium, Oslo University Hospital (Rikshospitalet)

It is 50 years since the first scientific articles about the lack of LCAT was published. The symposium will discuss the importance of what lecitihin-cholesterol acyltransferase (LCAT) means for the transport of cholesterol in the organism, and it will take place at the hospital where the hereditary disease LCAT deficiency was first discovered.

The meeting is open to all interested, but registration is needed