Centre for Digital Life Norway
Centre for Digital Life Norway (DLN) is a national center for biotechnology training, research and innovation.
DNL is a response to the strategic initiative “Digital Life – convergence for innovation” funded by the Norwegian Research Council (NRC). DLN is a virtual center, currently involving twelve major research projects, and managed by a joint leadership network from NTNU, UiB and UiO.
Further information visit Centre for Digital Life Norway.
Centre for Digital Life Norway at UiO:
Governance- and network project
The Faculty of Medicine and The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences are responsible for:
- Innovation & Industry Involvement
Professor Arnoldo Frigessi (MED)
Coordinator: Dr Tove Julie Evjen (MED, maternity leave), Dr Alexandra Patriksson (MED)
- Inreach & Outreach Communication
Professor Kjetill S. Jakobsen (IBV, MN)
Coordinator: Dr Gunnar Dick (MN)
The project will investigate mechanisms of disease states in the nervous system and is one of six Projects funded by the NRC.
Project leader: ass. professor Marianne Fyhn, Department of Biosciences (IBV, MN)
- BioZEment 2.0
The project will explore the use of bacteria for more sustainable concrete production and is one of six projects starting in 2017.
Project leader: Researcher Anja Røyne, Department of Physics (MN)
- Digital Life
Innovation cluster financed by the faculty's innovation initative.
Centre for Digital Life Norway Research School
The DLN Board is chaired by Dean of Research Finn-Eirik Johansen (MN).