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On January 15th, TIK hosted a seminar by Paul Bennoworth on social innovation and Grand Challenges.
"Cities are neglected spaces where things can happen", claimed professor Fred Steward in TIK's third Energy Revolution seminar. He presented cities as important arenas for the green transformation.
TIK's series of publication workshops will continue throughout 2015.
TIK has engaged in an exciting cooperation with the University of California’s Center for Science, Technology, Medicine, & Society (CSTMS). This week, the inititative holds it's very first workshop.
This spring, TIK will host a ph.d-course in STS: The Politics and Practices of Methods. The course is organized by Noortje Marres, Ingunn Moser and Kristin Asdal.
TIK's new seminar series on The Energy Revolution kicked off in September.
Filled with informative and insightful presentations from both project partners and invited speakers, the Friday seminar on R&D Policy was a definitive success.
Professor Kristin Asdal has advanced to round two in the competition for an ERC Starting Grant.
TIK congratulates ph.d candidate Christine Mee Lie one being one of six winners of the best ph.d student paper award at ASIALICS 2014.
Don't miss the book launch on October 17th.
The project named Investigating the Impact of the Innovation Union (I3U) will be carried out over the coming 36 months. It is the first Horizon2020 Project at UiO.
Congratulations to Riccardo David Battaglia, Johanna Vallistu and Stijn van Ewijk!
In conjunction with the celebration of the 202 year anniversary of the University of Oslo, Teknovatøren was awarded with the title of “Student publication of year”.
TIK is happy to announce that the first Nordic STS Conference will be held at Rica Hell Hotel outside of Trondheim, April 24-26, 2013, in collaboration with Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture (KULT) at NTNU.
TIK presents the annual report for 2011!
How to study ‘change’, innovations and transformations? How and when did the concepts of change and innovations – that we now seem to take for granted – emerge in the first place? Who and what do we take to be agents of change in our own studies? These are among the questions that will be addressed in the interdisciplinary PhD course at the University of Oslo we invite you to participate in this autumn. The course addresses the concepts of – and the methods and approaches to – the study of change, innovations and transformations in the humanities as well as the social sciences.