Georg Sverdrups hus,
3rd floor (map)
Moltke Moes vei 39
Professor Barend Mons from GO FAIR will share how his experiences as a researcher influence his engagements with GO FAIR and European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) work.
Tellusdagen 2018: Lecture by Richard Fortey, Natural History Museum, London.
Mats Larsson from the Nobel Committee for Physics will describe the 2018 physics Nobel prize: Tools made of light.
Lecture by John Lennox, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics at the University of Oxford and Emeritus Fellow in Mathematics and the Philosophy of Science at Green Templeton College, Oxford.
Data Science is the science of extracting knowledge or insight from various types of data. The study of Data Science combines mathematics, statistics and informatics making you ready for meeting the Data revolution.
Lecture by Sabine Hossenfelder, German physicist and science writer from the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies.
Beyond a white space: blue future, green shifts, and red flags in the Arctic. What do they really mean?
The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences and the Science Library invite Ph.D. candidates to a day of motivation, inspiration and dissemination.
Lecture by Professor Dr. S.K. Solanki, Director and Scientific Member at Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research.
Technologies for a Sustainable World: What are the contributions from chemistry and catalysis? Lecture by Professor Matthias Beller, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse an der Universität Rostock.
Join our movie night directly after the Abel Lectures! We will show Whispers of String Theory by mathematician and director Ekaterina Eremenko, followed by a good double Oscar winning movie about mathematics from 1997.
Professor Nikolas Rose highlights how modern neuroscience and the medical perception of the brain change the way we view ourselves. What kinds of creatures do we, modern human beings, take ourselves to be?
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.
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.
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.
Lecture by Adriano Mazzini, Centre for Earth Evolution and Dynamics (CEED), UiO