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Diatech had several co-authors on media-favorite paper, studying the effect of hormones on sexual desire
Henriette Sjånes Berg´s Master thesis receives acknowledgement!
Using atoms and molecules as building bricks, Diatech@UiO members score a Nature Communications publication.
Professor Lundanes on The Analytical Scientist´s list of "Top 50 most influential women in the analytical sciences".
Scientists at the University of Oslo have shown that the content of the "love hormone" oxytocin in blood plasma and serum is about 100 times higher than previously thought. At the same time, they documented the benefits of Open Science and new publishing methods: Better science, faster publication, larger outreach.
How to become an excellent researcher?
"From Rookie to Rocket Scientist"
Nanotechnology and analytical chemistry is a match!
DIATECH@UiO are developing novel tools for diagnostics. But will the clinics be ready?
Members of DIATECH@UiO are engaging in tight collaborations with the neuroscience community in Oslo.
Maren Levernæs is one of DIATECH's new PhD students, and an award winning one as well!
Oliver has recently joined our forces, as one of the first phD students of DIATECH@UiO.
Kristian Blindheim Lausund is one of the first pHD student of DIATECH@UiO, working on the borders between nano-technology and analytical platforms. All for new and cool diagnostic tools, of course.
Here we will place news and facts about our research.