News and events


  • teststasjon660 Possible to get rapid Covid-19 test at Blindern campus Mar. 1, 2021 12:26 PM

    Tuesday 2 March 10.00 a.m, SiO Health will start large-scale Covid-19 testing of students and staff at the University of Oslo. Everyone on the Blindern campus during the next three weeks is encouraged to take a rapid Covid-19 test once a week.

  • gaulanier_2021 An astronomer from Paris Mar. 1, 2021 8:45 AM

    - It did not take me a long time to accept the invitation to work with RoCS. I’ve always thought that the group was no less than world-leading in its field, says Guillaume Aulanier who newly joined the Centre of Excellence at UiO.

  • studenter Physical teaching in small groups and reopening of student cellars Feb. 25, 2021 3:13 PM

    The faculties can plan for physical teaching for up to 20 people, and student pubs and basements for reopening, as of Monday 1 March.


  • realife_logo_noshadow Exhibition: Pharmaceutical Time Travels: From Ancient Plant Remedies to Modern Medicines Feb. 15, 2021 12:00 AM

    Plants have been used for 1000s of years in the treatment of human diseases, though this historical knowledge is often lost. Our interdisciplinary research group uses Nordic historic texts and archaeological remains as inspiration to ‘rediscover’ what plants have historically been used to treat disease.

  • elioghenrik300 Master Thesis Workshop Mar. 1, 2021 12:00 AM

    Most of you have now spent the last three semesters working on one of the biggest projects of your life so far: your master thesis project. In collaboration with KURT, we want to give you the chance to join a workshop that will give you a space to learn how to create your master thesis.

  • lf1c8401 MISC online Information event Mar. 8, 2021 9:00 AM

    MISC will hold an online event to inform about the exchange program on March 8th, 2021

  • 8mars-nyny COVID-19 and Inequality: Gender, Work, and Migration Mar. 8, 2021 2:00 PM

    This year's International Women's Day seminar at the University of Oslo will explore gendered and intersecting consequences of COVID-19, with particular emphasis on work and migration. Invited speakers, including Professor Beverley Skeggs, will consider the ways in which the pandemic has revealed and reinforced existing inequalities, both in Norway and globally.