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Welcome to the annual Darwin Day celebration at the university of Oslo. This open event is for everybody interested in science and history.
As the third country in Europe, Norway establishes the innovation programme SPARK based on Stanford SPARK. At this kick-off UiO will showcase the first Norwegian SPARK teams – SPARKees.
The main event of Oslo Life Science 2018 where we showcase our best research and let international speakers give us new insight in how to increase value creation from basic research. What are the government’s expectations for the life science community in the Oslo region?
LMI and partners welcome you to join this day where we will present the Norwegian life science ecosystem, discuss the importance of collaboration, look at global success stories and challenge Norwegian decision and policy makers on their ambition and execution.
With this seminar PhD-students, postdocs and Master´s students will have the opportunity to create networks outside academia. We have only 100 places for this event so fill out the form at the bottom of the page to make sure you get one of these places. You may also show your interest for the event on Facebook.
In Norwegian. Hva var de viktigste debattene om bioteknologi i 2017? Hva blir viktig i året som kommer?
With this seminar, we want to strengthen the collaboration between UiO and NMBU and inspire researchers to join in the next application round for convergence environments – interdisciplinary research groups – in life science at UiO.
With this seminar we want to strengthen the collaboration between UiO and OUS even further and hopefully inspire even more researchers to collaborate across disciplines and join in the next UiO:Life Science application round for convergence environments that will start in the spring of 2018
Vi inviterer Oslos befolkning til lys og livsvitenskap i Botanisk hage på kvelden 15. februar.
Reduction of undernutrition and obesity globally: The role of a human rights-based approach in the UN Decade of Action on Nutrition
What are the arguments for applying a human rights-based approach to malnutrition in all forms, and related diseases? What are the “added values” through such an approach? What obligations do states have to help implement the right to food and health for their populations? How can we develop strong regulatory frameworks to reduce food businesses’ marketing of unhealthy foods to children?
Welcome to an open international interdisciplinary seminar linking law, human rights and nutrition!
Heiner Dreismann (former CEO of Roche Molecular Systems) on how to successfully build an international life science industry.
"Biophysical Music" is volume 1 of the new concept "MusicLab", a series of events exploring the science of music from different perspectives. The idea is to mix research and edutainment through hands-on workshops, intellectual warm-ups, performances and data jockeying.
The goal of the conference is to examine aspects of European regulatory policy that critically impact upon data sharing and data economy initiatives. In particular, the conference seeks to cast light on the extent to which these initiatives are supported by the European legal framework. This is an essential step along the path to improving, if necessary, the fit between the law on the one hand and the ideals of data sharing and data economy on the other.
The Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis (CEES) is pleased to invite you to the 31st Annual Meeting of the Scandinavian Pollination Ecologists (SCAPE).
Deadline for abstract submission and payment is set to September 15th.
This memorial seminar is organized in honor of Hans Rosling, founder of Gapminder and world renowned scholar and inspiratory. Join a discussion on the challenges of exaggerated numbers, of identifying and reaching populations in humanitarian emergencies, and the implications for the politics of human progress.
IOB hosts a mini-seminar on molecular changes in aging with two invited speakers from the Center for Healthy Aging at the University of Copenhagen.
This is a special event, designed to inform and educate Norwegian researchers about the opportunities and resources available at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL).
Algae can be used to make foods, medicines and energy. What role can researchers, entrepreneurs, policy makers and investors play in bringing ideas to the market?
Every year Oslotech, Inven2 and the University of Oslo host one of Norways larges science and technology events – the Cutting Edge festival. The festival is part of Oslo Innovation Week – Europe’s largest innovation convention and its biggest event.
Dr. Christopher Yau, Reader in Computational Biology based in the Centre for Computational Biology at the University of Birmingham will present the lecture "Probabilistic modelling approach for pseudotime estimation in single cells and populations."
Lecture "A new era of medicine with induced pluripotent stem cells – iPS cells" and panel discussion "Implications of Stem Cell Therapy for Patients and Society" with Shinya Yamanaka, 2012 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine.
Through research presentations, a panel discussion and a yoga session we will get a broader knowledge of Yoga in this multidisciplinary seminar. The event is free and open to everybody! The whole event will be streamed and stored here!
We welcome you to two open lectures! Meave Leakey on "Milestones in the story of us – why and when did we come to be?", and Alan Alda on "Getting beyond a blind date with science". This event is part of the University’s annual celebration.