Guest lectures and seminars - Page 4
Hva er egentlig kunnskapsstatusen for havområdene utenfor Antarktis? Arrangører: CEES, Nordområdeutvalget ved Universitet i Oslo og Norsk Polarinstitutt
Title: The role of environmental factors in shaping the population structure of anaerobic subsurface microorganisms.
Camilla Nesbø, Research associate, University of Toronto
Title: Antibiotic resistance, transmission and population genomics of the Klebsiella genus
Edward Feil, Professor, University of Bath
Combining computational and experimental approaches, MIT-Professor Christopher Voigt has made outstanding contributions to the fields of synthetic biology and biological engineering.
By Mark J. Costello from the Institute of Marine Science, University of Auckland, New Zealand
The theme this year is "Alt om antibiotika og antibiotikabruk. Nå og i fremtiden". This is a popular science meeting with presentations in Norwegian. The seminar is open for everyone.
"Set to change? Lifespan factors influencing neurocognitive trajectories and plasticity"
Prof. Kristine Beate Walhovd (Dept. of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, UiO)
By Bezawork Afework and Afework Bekele from Department of Zoological Sciences (DZS) at Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
Marc Abraham is founder of the Ig Nobel Award ceremony and editor of the Journal of Improbable Research. Ig Nobel prizes are awarded in a wide range of disciplines for research that makes people LAUGH, then THINK.
"Parasites on the brain: How behaviour-manipulating parasites alter host physiology and predator-prey interactions"
Dr. Lauren Nadler (NMBU)
Russ Hodge has witnessed “the good, the bad, and the completely ridiculous” sides of science and its practitioners. In this talk he presents some of the funniest highlights.
By Rob Salguero-Gomez from Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, U.K.
By Rubao Ji from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, U.S.
"Fuel and Friends: Links between metabolic rate and social behaviours in fishes"
Dr. Shaun Killen (Glasgow University)
Seminar for the associate professorship position within protein biochemistry: "Rewiring DNA repair for genome stability or genome haploidisation" by Joao Matos from ETH, Zürich.
Seminar for the associate professorship position within protein biochemistry: "How antibiotics kill bacterial protein production and how bacteria fight back" by Vasili Hauryliuk from Umeå University, Umeå.
Seminar for the associate professorship position within protein biochemistry: "ADP- ribosylation in health and in disease" by Herwig Schüler from Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm.
Seminar for the associate professorship position within protein biochemistry: "An extracellular network of Arabidopsis receptor kinases controls plant development and defenses" by Elwira Smakowska from Gregor Mendel Institute of Molecular Plant Biology, Wien.
Seminar for the associate professorship position within protein biochemistry: "Centromere - part of the chromosome that ensures genomic stability" by Nikolina Sekulic from NCMM and Department of Chemistry, UiO.
Seminar for the associate professorship position within protein biochemistry: "Structural redox biochemistry: A flavin-based enzyme activation network" by Hans-Petter Hersleth from Department of Biosciences, UiO.
Dr. Aykut Uren (Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA)
Welcome to the annual Darwin Day lectures at the University of Oslo! Lectures by Peter R. Grant, B. Rosemary Grant, Arkhat Abzhanov and Leif Andersson. Since Darwin’s time insights from the fields of genetics, genomics, behavior and ecology have continued to illuminate how and why species evolve. At this event you will hear about the progress that has been made in our understanding of speciation and related topics. The event is part of the Oslo Life Science Conference 11–14 February 2019.
Marine Group/CEES Extra seminar by Kirstin Meyer-Kaiser
CEES Extra seminar by Love Dalén, Swedish Museum for Natural History, Stockholm
By Lukas Keller, University of Zurich
By Trevor Price from University of Chicago