Georg Sverdrups hus,
3rd floor (map)
Moltke Moes vei 39
Can using the right language help save the world? We invite you to a talk and movie night at the Science Library - which both might answer this question.
Dr. Janet Iwasa uses accurate animations - made with the same software used in animation studios like Pixar - to help scientists better understand and communicate the mechanisms they study.
MusicLab vol.2 explores the concept of breath sensing and its wide range of applications from scientific to artistic. All within MusicLab’s unique blend of research and edutainment through hands-on workshops (separate event with registration), intellectual warm-ups, performances and data jockeying.
The event will be streamed live. Free entrance and open for everyone!
MusicLab Vol. 2 explores the concept of breath sensing and its wide range of applications from scientific to artistic. All within MusicLab’s unique blend of research and edutainment through hands-on workshops, intellectual warm-ups, performances and data jockeying.
Lecture by Ben Still - a scientist working at Queen Mary, University of London (QML) and the author of the book Particle Physics Brick by Brick.
The Global Women in Data Science (WiDS) Conference aims to inspire and educate data scientists worldwide, regardless of gender, and support and showcase women in the field. This annual conference is held at Stanford University and 100+ locations worldwide, hosted by WiDS Ambassadors.
Lecture by Adriano Mazzini, Centre for Earth Evolution and Dynamics (CEED), UiO
Welcome to the annual Darwin Day celebration at the University of Oslo! This open event is for everybody interested in science and history. All are welcome! Lectures by C. Jessica E. Metcalf, Carla Saleh, Dieter Ebert, Olivia Roth and Sophie Vanwambeke.
Research Bazaar 2018 ends with a makerspace:race at the Pub at the end of the universe.
Is digital competence essential when you do research? If so, what digital skills does the young researcher of 2018 need? Is 3D design the new academic silver bullet? Join us for the opening of the 2018 Research Bazaar in Oslo to learn more.
The academic festival Research Bazaar provides researchers with digital skills and tools that will make their research better, faster and smarter.
Lecture by François Renard, Professor of Earth Sciences at the Njord Center and the Geoscience Department at UiO.
Mats Larsson from The Nobel Committee for Physics will briefly describe the procedure and criteria to award the Nobel Prize in physics. He will then describe the 2017 year's prize – the LIGO detector and gravitational waves.
"Biophysical Music" is volume 1 of the new concept "MusicLab", a series of events exploring the science of music from different perspectives. The idea is to mix research and edutainment through hands-on workshops, intellectual warm-ups, performances and data jockeying.
The Geosciences celebrate 100 years of geography at the University of Oslo with an extraordinary program for the annual seminar.
Lecture by Paweł Frelik – Associate Professor, Department of American Literature and Culture / Director, Video Game Research Center – Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Poland.
Lecture by Carlo Rovelli, Director of the Quantum Gravity research group of the Centre de physique théorique in Marseille, France.
National preview of the international documentary film by Sverre Krüger, followed by a short panel discussion with the producer and participants from the University of Oslo and the Norwegian Mapping Authority.
Lecture by Olivier Galland.
Lecture "A new era of medicine with induced pluripotent stem cells – iPS cells" and panel discussion "Implications of Stem Cell Therapy for Patients and Society" with Shinya Yamanaka, 2012 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine.
Through research presentations, a panel discussion and a yoga session we will get a broader knowledge of Yoga in this multidisciplinary seminar. The event is free and open to everybody! The whole event will be streamed and stored here!
Professor Trond Torsvik is one of three researchers interviewed for the fourth episode of the series The mind of the Universe. Trond will give a small introduction before we show the fourth episode - “the explorer”.
Reverse Gaia Hypothesis: Life as a Geological Process, lecture by Professor John Hernlund from the Earth-Life Science Institute (ELSI), Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Students from the International Summer School Master's level course "A Changing Arctic" will deliver their perspectives on an ice-free Arctic.