The International Astronomical Union has awarded Souvik Bose the best PhD Prize 2021 within the “Sun and Heliosphere” division. 120 Ph.D. theses were submitted for the award consideration. Bose did his doctoral studies at the Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics, Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics, UiO.
In Norway, we often look to other countries when we talk about innovation and business in the field of life sciences. We still have a lot to learn from other countries, but a lot of good things is happening in the innovation ecosystem for life sciences in Oslo that we can be proud of, and that others are curious about and want to learn from.
On 11 May 2022, the University Board decided to offer Johannes Falk Paulsen (57) the position of Deputy University Director at the University of Oslo.
Are you a researcher within life sciences, health or technology? Do you have an innovative idea for a new product, solution or technology, but need help to develop it further? The Life Science Growth House can help you take the next steps! Check our call for seed funding. We will grant funding for up to 35 projects. Application deadline: midnight 24 May 2022.
Are you a student within life sciences, health or technology? Do you have an innovative idea for a new product, solution or technology, but need help to develop it further? The Life Science Growth House can help you take the next steps! Check our call. We will grant funding for up to 20 projects. Application deadline: midnight 24 May 2022.
Several of Norway’s legal experts on CCS deployment took to the podium at the Science Libray on Thursday 14.11.19 at the “Outside the BoCCS” seminar. The seminar was streamed, find the link here.
Invited lecture about CO2 storage from Ingrid Anell and Mark Mulrooney at the 3rd international OHG conference: “Make our Planet Great Again”.
- I am Reetika Joshi, an Indian girl coming from a small town in the foothills of Himalaya. Meet RoCS newest Postdoctoral Fellow.
Wednesday 20 April it was time to celebrate the new projects that have completed UiO:Life Science's innovation programme SPARK Norway. At the same time the Vaccibody Innovation Award was presented for the first time.
Visiting PhD student at CEES. British.
Health and life sciences is one of four thematic areas in Norway's first innovation district Oslo Science City. ‘Oslo Science City and the strong members are important to us. Together, we will develop the Growth House to become an innovation engine in Oslo Science City’, says the director of the Growth House, Hilde Nebb.
Through a number of services from the newly established Life Science Growth House, we facilitate increased innovation in life sciences, health and technology at the University of Oslo (UiO). Our new innovation meeting place for the innovation ecosystem will stimulate networking and collaboration that can contribute to more knowledge from research at UiO being put to use and benefiting patients and society.
In 2017, something completely new happened at the University of Oslo, the first convergence environments were created under the auspices of UiO:Life Science. The six interdisciplinary research groups that were selected after a thorough application process were to solve major societal challenges in health and the environment. Wednesday 30 March was the closing event and time to share experience and results.
New Head Engineer at Section for Aquatic Biology and Toxicology (AQUA). From Vietnam.
In 12-22 September 2022 there will be held a 5 credits UArctic summer school about; Environmental monitoring in the Arctic. It is a PhD course but motivated MSc students can also apply. The course is given by University of Aarhus, with field work and most of the teaching at University of Oulu (Uleåborg), Finland.
We invite you to a pleasant gathering for our first convergence environments on Wednesday 30 March in Sophus Lie's auditorium. There will be presentations, panel discussion, mingling and tapas. Everyone who is interested in interdisciplinary research and collaboration is welcome!
Professor Emeritus Olav Eldholm died on March 18, 80 years old.
Academic employees and students at UiO can apply UiO:Life Science for funds for partially financing of open events that are in line with the initiative's strategy. The next application deadline is 1 June.
Academic employees, post docs and PhD students at UiO within the life sciences can apply for support to strengthen the collaboration with international research environments. The next application deadline is 1 June.
The GeoWednesday seminar entitled 'VIKINGS - Volcanic Eruptions and their Impacts on Climate, Environment, and Viking Society in 500-1250 CE', was presented by Kirstin Krüger for a full audience in The Science Library@UiO, 16. March 2022. She presented exciting multidisciplinary results, and a tree core sample found in the Raknehaugen burial mound showing bad years of growth around the volcanic winter year 536.
Professor of meteorology Trude Storelvmo is one of two from the Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo awarded the ERC Consolidator Grant announced recently. With that, she will receive millions from the European Research Council (ERC) for several years to come.
Researcher Mathew Domeier from CEED and the Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo has been awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant for his research project on an enigmatic and dynamic era in the Earth's prehistory. The scholarship from the European Research Council (ERC) gives him the opportunity to build up the research team he needs.
We are so proud to announce that Mathew Domeier was awarded a European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant! Congratulations also to fellow department winner Trude Storelvmo! Mat's project – EPIC: Untangling Ediacaran Paleomagnetism to Contextualize Immense Global Change.
The Life Science Growth House and business clusters kick off innovation hangouts where researchers, students and businesses can build networks. In this way, we will facilitate collaboration that puts more research from UiO to use for the benefit of patients and society.
Fridtjof Nansen's award for young researchers in science and medicine for 2022 goes to Eivind A. B. Undheim, Associate Professor at Department of Biosciences. He receives the award for excellent research in evolutionary biology.