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Norske forskere tar nå opp arven etter Nansen og utforsker økosystemene i de arktiske havområdene. Hvorfor gjør de det? Hva venter de å finne? Hvilke lange tradisjoner bygger denne forskningen på?
This symposium brings together world leaders in the ER proteostasis field in Oslo to showcase new research in this burgeoning field and its links to different aspects of normal cellular function as well as disease states, and aims stimulate new collaborative research.
Two guest lectures on global seabird conservation, and population-level responses to pollutants in polar seabirds
The two speakers at the Kristine Bonnevie lectures for 2019 will be the German developmental biologist and Nobel Prize-winner Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard, and the Norwegian neuroscientist and Nobel Prize-winner May-Britt Moser. Moser's lecture will be a multimedia concert lecture together with the Trondheim Soloists. Please register your participation in advance.
By Jun Kitano from National Institute of Genetics, Japan
A startup meeting regarding the theme "Evolvability: A new and unifying concept in evolutionary biology?". Focusing on refining and redefining the "key questions" about evolvability.
By Stéphanie Jenouvrier from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (USA) and Centre d’études Biologiques de Chizé (France)
Lecture titles: "Reconstructing the ancestral organisation of genomes to shed light on their evolution" and "Repeated signatures of local selection across salmonid populations"
"Evolution of thermal tolerance in zebrafish"
Rachael Morgan, PhD candidate (Dept. of Biology, NTNU)
By Michael Ghil from Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, and University of California, Los Angeles
On the occasion of the retirement of Professor Trond Schumacher, you are invited to a special seminar on Ascomycete Evolution and Systematics. The program includes international experts, collaborators of Trond and previous students.
We welcome you all to the launch of the book "Evolutionary Genetics - Concepts, Analysis, and Practice" written by Glenn-Peter Sætre and Mark Ravinet. The book is published by Oxford University Press.
Lecture titles: "On the malleability of proteins and the emergence of novel function" and "Evolutionary trade-offs in the adaptive immune system shape genomic diversity of the MHC"
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.