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Our graduated master candidates from biology and molecular biology were awarded a diploma and praise on February 11th. We are proud of the work they have done.
Awarded for the best popular scientific article of 2018 by Forskerzonen, Peter Laursen reveals how scientists can survive the struggle between doing research and public outreach.
RoCS, the freshly established Norwegian Centre of Excellence, welcomes four new PhD students in Solar Physics.
CEED`s researcher Mathew (Mat) Domeier – was awarded the Reusch Medal 2018 at the Norwegian Geological Society winter meeting in Bergen.
Congratulation to Boris Schmid on a Young Research Talent grant, and to Bastiaan Star and Sanne Boessenkool on becoming partners in a new Innovative Training Network (ITN).
World leading European solar/stellar physicists granted €10 millions to unveil the mysteries of our life-energy source: the Sun. Mats Carlsson, professor at the Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics and Principal Investigator, reveals objectives and strategy of his ambitious project.
The American Geophysical Union has had recently its fall meeting, 10-14. December in Washington DC. Researcher in geomatics and remote sensing, Bas Altena was here presenting his research on circulation patterns of icebergs in an icy fjord of Greenland. This is the first presentation of ongoing research conducted in the project ICEFLOW.
Five new research projects to join Centre for Digital Life Norway. Professor Dirk Linke from The Departement of Bioscience is one of the new projectleaders.
Early in December, it became known that four INTPART-projects at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, UiO, receive funding from NFR. One of the lucky ones is Adriano Mazzini, a researcher at CEED / Department of Geosciences.
UiO:Life Science will fund 40 educational summer research projects for students between April and September 2019. All students currently enrolled in a bachelor, master or relevant professional degree program at the University of Oslo are eligible to apply. The application form opened on this web page 15 January at 8 AM, and is now fully booked.
UiO:Life Science will fund educational summer research projects for 40 students between April and September 2019 for students currently enrolled in a bachelor, master or relevant professional degree program at UiO. We now invite you suggest projects for one or two students. The application deadline is 1 February 2019.
January 9th-11th the Research Bazaar will take place at UiO. Participate in workshops to learn digital tools and skills for scholars.
UiO:Life Science awarded our application for internationalization support formalizing a closer collaboration with Arvin Kumar. He will come to Oslo week 50.
For the first time UiO:Lifescience granted undergraduate students with a salary to perform a research project during their summer vacation 2018. CINPLA were lucky to grab 4 talented students in various projects from gene-editing by crisper to behavioral analysis.
Several researchers from LATICE will present their work at the AGU Fall Meeting 2018 in Washington, US. The Fall Meeting bring together geoscientists from all over the world to a conference covering all disciplines of the Earth and space sciences.
This past week, 14 international and interdisciplinary early career researchers from all over the world met in the fjord-side town of Drøbak, south of Oslo. The #YoungCEED18 workshop - the first of its kind under the “Young CEED” initiative - aimed for a fresh take on the enigmatic process of how new subduction zones form.
Volcanic activity primarily focuses at plate boundaries on Earth. But volcanoes can also form far away from plate boundaries due to plumes of hot material rising from the Earth’s deep interior. Eventually this material reaches the surface and breaks through the Earth’s crust to form a volcano – a so-called “hotspot”. Scientists now present a theory of how this type of hotspot activity can explain massive, past volcanic eruptions in Greenland and in the North Atlantic region.
Expanding the Open Ephys system to include animal tracking and behavior-based closed-loop stimulation extends the availability of high-quality, low-cost experimental setup within standardized data formats.