Georg Sverdrups hus,
3rd floor (map)
Moltke Moes vei 39
Software carpentry is the new buzz word among researchers at UiO. And what is happening with research data? This mini seminar enters the broad field of open science by discussing data management skills in the light of Open Science.
For the first time in Norway, the University of Oslo will host the alternative Nobel Prize show — the Ig Nobel Prize which the journal Nature calls "the highlight of the scientific calendar". As part of their Europe tour founder of the IG Nobel award Marc Abrahams is visiting UiO with a selected team of previous winners.
Realistforeningen and The Science library invites you to a movie marathon in the foyer
How can the brain learn from experiences, and at the same time be stable enough to retain memories for decades? How does mental capacity change throughout life? At the seminar we will look more deeply into these questions.
Software Carpentry's mission is to help scientists and engineers get more research done in less time and with less pain by teaching them basic lab skills for scientific computing.
We are collecting academic books and literature for refugees, in collaboration with the "Academic dugnad"
The Open Access team at the University of Oslo are ready to answer your questions about the publishing fund, self archiving in DUO, the university's Open Access policy and more.
National Geographic Young Explorers have grants for students! You are all invited to the seminar to see some good talks and get information about how to apply. Remember to register by september 28th.
Can you belive everything you read about food, or is it nonsense? Join us as we go knowledge fishing in the ocean of information at the Science Fair 2015!
Five years ago Angela fell in love with the concept of virtual water. That concept took her on an amazing journey that led to major discoveries: our hidden demands on water, the power of information design and the importance of communicating science.