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You are pregnant and in need of an important medication, but nobody knows if the medication is safe for the fetus. Should you stop taking the drug? Or close your eyes and hope for the best? A new research venture is going to crack enormous amounts of data from all over Europe to find the answers that women need in these situations.
Antibiotics most commonly work by killing bacteria, for example by destroying their cell wall or by interfering with protein synthesis. Now researchers at UiO are launching a completely new idea: They want to prevent bacteria from sticking to a substrate, before an infection can even occur.
In ten years, computers will be able to propose the most suitable cancer treatment for you. The idea is to simulate how all possible combinations of existing cancer treatments will work on your particular tumour.
- Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics
- Department of Biosciences
- Department of Pharmacy
- Department of Physics
- Department of Geosciences
- Department of Informatics
- Department of Chemistry
- Department of Mathematics
- Department of Technology Systems
- Centre for Computing in Science Education (CCSE)
- Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis (CEES)
- Centre for Earth Evolution and Dynamics (CEED)
- Centre for Material Sciences and Nanotechnology (SMN)
- Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics (RoCS)
- Centre for Scalable Data Access in the Oil and Gas Domain (SIRIUS)
- Norwegian Centre for Science Education
- Hylleraas Centre for Quantum Molecular Sciences
- Njord Centre
- Centre for Biogeochemistry in the Anthropocene
- Centre for Bioinformatics
Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing our lives. However, modern AI shows remarkable, unpredictable and mysterious non-human behaviour when replacing human activity, and this is not at all understood. We will try to shed some light on the basic question in the AI debate: do we know what we are doing?
Professor Anders Hansen from the University of Cambridge gives a talk on the mysteries of AI.
The MAGPIE Greenland field campaign for 2019 comes to a successful close
June 24, 2019 4:32 PM
Members of the MAGPIE (Magnetotelluric Analysis for Greenland and Postglacial Isostatic Evolution) project at Dept. of Geosciences & CEED have spent much of June on the ice sheet of Greenland. Now nearing its completion, the campaign was a great success and has been documented day-by-day on the MAGPIE blog.
CINPLA Grand Slam Dissertations x 3
May 31, 2019 6:07 PM
We are excited to celebrate three dissertations in the very same day. You are all most welcome to join one day of trial lectures 6th of June, followed by the three defences on the 7th of June.
The life science summer projects have started! Student gets to test new innovative method to treat chronic pain
May 24, 2019 9:11 AM
Psychology student Emma Eriksson is part of the team at the University of Oslo and Oslo University Hospital that will test a new innovative treatment on Norwegian patients with chronic pain. The method involves meditative breathing with monitoring on smartphones at home.
ASTRO splits: two teams at the Holmenkollen relay 2019
May 16, 2019 3:34 PM
Each year the Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics (ITA) took part to the well known and challenging Holmenkollen relay "as one". Until now.
The University of Oslo is a partner in the NORA Consortium - The Norwegian Artificial Intelligence Research Consortium - that aims to strengthen Norwegian research and education within artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics.