Unexpectedly awarded for the best popular scientific article of 2018 by the readers of Forskerzonen, Peter Laursen, the author of “The Big Bang – an eyewitness account”, reveals how scientists can compromise between research and public outreach, and get satisfaction.
In January 2017, CEES researchers Unni Vik and Kjetill S. Jakobsen suggested that microorganisms can monitor carbon storage and contribute to saving the global climate. Their article is now voted the best opinion paper from 2017 in the scientific journal Trends in Biotechnology, considered to be a world leader in its field.
Ashish Rauniyar har vunnet den norske delen av konkurransen European Satellite Navigation Competition 2017 med en smartklokke som kan redde demente/Alzheimer-pasienters liv fordi den er knyttet til en airbag som beskytter ved fall.
Meet up at Physics in the Library for a lecture by Carlo Rovelli: The Journey to Quantum Gravity.
The University of Oslo has entered a five-year research agreement with AstraZeneca in the area of type 2 diabetes. As part of the agreement, four researchers from the University will work at AstraZeneca’s laboratories in Sweden.
Monday, the faculty’s new PhDs was celebrated at the University Aula. A chance for the new researchers to get to know Oslo, the university and each other.