Chinese authorities are focusing heavily on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in order to save the global climate. Norwegian researchers are partnering with Chinese colleagues in the effort to make the capture part of the technology more environment-friendly.
Smart phones and other electrical and electronic products contain small amounts of lead, a toxic heavy metal that is a particular risk for children and pregnant women. Researchers have now shown that lead in such products can be replaced with thin films made from harmless materials.
Oxytocin – also known as the "love hormone" or the "cuddle hormone" – has a number of important functions in the body of humans and other mammals.
Personalized medicine is the new mantra of the Health Care system. Chemists at UiO are contributing in the development of simpler, faster and more reliable tools of diagnostics.