The seminar explored sonic design from multiple angles and celebrated the achievements of Professor Rolf Inge Godøy.
Svein Olav Kolset was educated as a Nutritionist at the School of Nutrition, the University of Oslo. He has since then been a staff scientist and later Professor at the Department of Nutrition. Svein Olav has for decades been a leading international expert on nutrition and glycobiology. In honor of Professor Kolset's 70th birthday, we invite you to a symposium with talks reflecting Svein Olav's present and former research activities.
In this workshop, several scholars will discuss their perspectives and experiences with disability, ethnicity, gender, and social class, insights that provide a backdrop for a conversation about how we can create a more inclusive academic workplace.
From the end of February, the new innovation unit at the University of Oslo – the Life Science Growth House – will be an open door for researchers and students who need help to mature ideas at an early stage; leaders and administrative employees who support the innovative researchers; and existing and new external collaborators. At this launch seminar we gather the whole innovation ecosystem in life sciences in Oslo.
Plants have been used for thousands of years in the treatment of human diseases. With over 390,000 known plant species, how do we identify which plants are potential sources for novel pharmaceuticals?
In the autumn of 2021, the method for organ donation called cDCD (controlled donation after circulatory death) was approved in Norway after a long and thorough process. In this process, critical questions were asked although the method is already established in many other countries. In order to maintain good trust in the health care system, we want to address this questions surrounding organ donation after cardiac arrest, and provide some insights into how cDCD is performed in practice: How is the dying patient and relatives taken into account? What exactly is cDCD?
This event will give a general overview of radiation therapy with focus on proton therapy and its benefits for cancer patients compared to standard treatment with high-energy X-rays. You will also have a great opportunity to get knowledge on effects of radiation therapy from clinicians, with emphasis on side effects. Finally, a survivor of head and neck cancer will share his experience.
Welcome to our digital event during Oslo Life Science Conference.
InLifeScience is the annual conference for industrial life sciences. The conference highlights the potential for life sciences in Norway, how innovation is realized from pre-commercial to upscaling. What challenges characterize the different steps - and what kind of support you can get in each step.
How do we find our way back to contact with nature? And what answers about ourselves can we find in it?
Infection has characterized the everyday life lately. How did people view contagious diseases before? How does contagion occur? Do we have reason to fear it? What does the future hold?
What is today's gene therapy and what possibilities are there in the future?
Due to the COVID-situation this event has been cancelled. You can stream last years ABINO-event here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl4vukjCtb4_JSh_bKgtChQ
At this seminar PhD students, postdocs and Master´s students in life sciences at UiO and NMBU heard inspirational talks from people who have made careers outside academia. And got advice on how to build their own careers.
LMI and partners welcome you to join this day with presentations and discussions from the Norwegian life science ecosystem and industry leaders from Global Pharma.
For boys in upper secondary schools.
"The Lapse of time" oratorio of excerpts from Charles Darwin "On the Origin of Species" composed by Bjørn Morten Christophersen will take place in Frogner kirke.
What does it take to prevent a global pandemic? How should the authorities handle pandemics in the future? In what way can research and innovation contribute to preparedness and prevention of the next pandemic? Join us in the discussion on how to prepare for the next pandemic.
At the main event we discussed how to prepare for the next pandemic. What does it take to prevent a global pandemic? How should the authorities handle pandemics in the future? In what way can research and innovation contribute to preparedness and prevention of the next pandemic?
The reception in Oslo City Hall is unfortunately cancelled due to the corona situation.
Open lectures by Detlef Weigel (Max Planck Institute for Biology Tübingen, Germany) and Anna Wargelius (Institute of Marine Research, Norway). Darwin Day is an international recognition of science and humanity, held in memory of Charles Darwin.
This year, the 22nd Conference on Social and Community Psychology will be organized by the MAKS section of the Department of Psychology at the University of Oslo.
Children's imaginative play has long attracted scholars in different fields, from psychologists like Vygotsky in the 1960s to sociolinguists in recent years. This symposium with papers from diverse contexts will address such methodological and theoretical questions as how bi/multilingual children use linguistic varieties and other semiotic resources in their plays, and what implications their language use may have for the languages, families, communities, and societies.