Du har kanskje hørt om mørk materie, men hvordan ble det egentlig oppdaget og hvem oppdaget det? I denne bloggen kan du lese mer om Vera Rubin, som oppdaget at alt lys vi ser på stjernehimmelen kun utgjør en bitteliten del av det universet består av.
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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.
"I wanted to know how it is living in one of the cities with the highest life quality in the world"
"By the time I was in upper secondary school I knew exactly how I wanted to proceed in the following years"
"I am fascinated with the nature here, and the mountains so close to Oslo. That is something you cannot find in Denmark!"
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.
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.
European Geosciences Union: EGU recently announced who will receive awards and medals for 2019. Researcher Mathew Domeier at CEED and the Department of Geosciences will be honoured for his contributions. Domeier is awarded the Arne Richter Award for Outstanding Early Career Scientists for 2019.
European Geophysical Union: EGU has recently announced who gets awards and medals for 2019. One of the lucky ones is Professor of geomatics Andreas Max Kääb, Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo who is awarded the Louis Agassiz Medal for 2019.
SPARK Norway is UiO:Life Science’s innovation programme for health-related life sciences. Meet three of the SPARKees and get inspired to apply.
In the autumn of 2019, ITS can offer its first study programme. You will find useful information about the programme here
The UiO Hive team helt 18 of September a kick off meeting (Workshop) for the UiO eInfrastructure hub Hive at Åpen Sonen, IFI. The goal for UiO Hive is to establish a hub around which participants can collaborate on this interdisciplinary project, where students can find fruitful projects topics and support to realize projects bridging across disciplines.
UiO:Life Science hopes to see Norwegian finalists in the pitch competition at the tech conference SLUSH in Helsinki on 5 December. The winner is granted 30 000 euros. Life science students and researchers in startups or pre-startups are welcome to apply before 1 October at 12:00.
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