New technology based on artificial intelligence can recognize pictures of the eight most common gastric findings with at least 93 percent accuracy. This can save lives.
A new galaxy “far, far” away has been discovered and will reveal a lot about the early universe. It was hiding in plain sight in the night sky.
What has Einstein and Newton got to do with the motion of the solar system bodies?
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The legacy of the physicist Kristian Birkeland still stands solid – 150 years after his birth and 100 years after his Death. We are inviting you to several events in relation to the Kristian Birkeland Anniversary.
Life science lunches this spring
May 15, 2017 4:24 PM
At the life science lunches in March and April researchers from five different faculties at UiO talked about their innovative life science research across disciplines. Watch the recordings of the lunches.
UiO receives RokDoc software from Ikon Science worth millions
May 11, 2017 12:16 PM
Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo receives RokDoc software for $30 million from Ikon Science (UK). The software will be used in teaching in two advanced courses in petroleum geophysics.
Drone images of decreasing permafrost get attention
May 10, 2017 2:58 PM
Aerial photos taken by drones are of great help for documenting changes at the ground for researchers at Department of Geosciences. Photos of the thawing of permafrost get attention, and in the May edition of the journal Nature Climate Change is one of their photos of decreasing permafrost in North of Norway chosen as a cover photo.
Fridtjof Nansen Award for outstanding research to Torsvik and Gaina member of The Norwegian Academy
May 10, 2017 2:09 PM
On 3 May, The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters helt its annual meeting. Several prizes were awarded, among them, Fridtjof Nansen Award of Excellence in Science and also new members of the Norwegian Academy were honored. Two distinctions went to CEED this day.