Kristine Bonnevies hus (map)
UiO, Campus Blindern Blindernveien 31 Entr. Moltke Moes vei
Open lectures by C. Jessica E. Metcalf and John-Arne Røttingen. The topics are the ecology and evolution of hosts and pathogens, and translating science to policy – the case of pandemic preparedness and response.
The two speakers at the Kristine Bonnevie lectures for 2019 will be the German developmental biologist and Nobel Prize-winner Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard, and the Norwegian neuroscientist and Nobel Prize-winner May-Britt Moser. Moser's lecture will be a multimedia concert lecture together with the Trondheim Soloists. This event is part of the University of Oslo's Annual Festivities 2019.
We welcome you to two open lectures! Spencer C. H. Barrett on "Plant sex and the foundations of evolutionary biology", and Anja C. Andersen on "The importance of scientific integrity". This event is part of the University’s annual celebration.
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.
Open for all! Speakers: Corina E. Tarnita from Princeton University and Jan M. Nordbotten from Department of Mathematics, University of Bergen. This event is part of the University’s annual celebration.
Georgina Mace: "How should we value nature in a human-dominated world?". James Wilsdon: "The science and art of scientific advice"
The author, philosopher and biologist Massimo Pigliucci will give a lecture on: "The relationship between science and philosophy". Hopi Hoekstra from Harvard University will tell us about: "Digging for genes that affect behavior". The Kristine Bonnevie lectures on evolutionary biology is part of the University’s annual celebration.
This year at the annual Kristine Bonnevie lectures, the geneticist and popular science author Steve Jones from University College London will tell you "What sex really means". Eugenie C. Scott from The National Center for Science Education will draw on her long experience in defending science education in the U.S., and explain why communicating science is so important in her lecture "Defending evolution - and some other sciences". The Kristine Bonnevie lecture on evolutionary biology is part of the University’s annual celebration.
Speakers: Cori Bargmann and Carl Zimmer. The Kristine Bonnevie lecture on evolutionary biology is part of the University’s annual celebration.
Speakers: Elizabeth Hadly, Richard Dawkins and Jim Al-Khalili
Speakers: Frans de Waal and Christel Fricke
Speakers: Barbara Rosemary Grant and Camilla Schreiner
Speakers: Rita R. Colwell and Tora Aasland
Speakers: Jane Lubchenco, Camilla Serck-Hanssen and Bente Edvardsen