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Professor Inger Sandlie has been an employee at the Department of biosciences since 1988. She is known for being eager and now she is running for the possition as Deputy Rector at the University of Oslo.
Lee Hsiang Liow at CEES and NHM has received a grant to study the link between micro- and macroevolution.
Professor Klaus Høiland was awarded the Bonnevie prize for his lifelong effort to communicate science.
Friday 28th of October Professor Nils Chr. Stenseth was elected into the prestigious academy as a foreign associate.
Our students are competing in the iGEM competition with their own invention! Phone-lab is a simple instrument to measure antibiotic resistance.
Pål Falnes is taking over the leadership for the Section for Biochemistry and Molecular biology (BMB) after Fahri Saatciouglu.
Within 2016 The University of Oslo will sort all waste.
Thursday 8th of September the Department fo biosciences held a seremony for the masterstudents that graudated.
From 1st of September Stein Kaartvedt will be the new Head of Department.
Workshop: “Cells on the move: at the intersection of intracellular transport and cell migration”
Auditorium 3, Kristine Bonnevies hus, Blindern, University of Oslo, 9-10 June 2016.
Nils Chr. Stenseth has been inaugurated as a member of the National Academy of Sciences. Few Norwegians have been members of this scientific elite that includes about 200 Nobel Prize winners.
Two of the world’s leading centres for evolutionary science will join forces to strengthen evolution research and education, through a new partnership deal announced today, Friday 12 February, for International Darwin Day.
Finn-Eirik Johansen, the head of Department for IBV, has accepted the position as the Director of Life sciences at the University of Oslo.
What can «The Norwegian Model» tell us about human nature? This theme will be debated by Glenn-Peter Sætre, David Sloan Wilson and Kalle Moene September 12th.
The new lab will be operational within the next few months. Its total cost, including equipment, is 18 million NOK (2.2 million EUR).