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How do readers develop “critical feeling”? Professor Rolf Reber joins the Literature, Cognition and Emotions Podcast to talk about how we understand literary works from a cognitive perspective.
UiO:Life Science does not offer its own courses or study programs in life sciences, but wants to contribute to providing the students with the best possible educational programs. Departments and faculties can now apply for support to develop interdisciplinary bachelor courses in life sciences. The application deadline is 1 April.
15-21 March is the International Brain Awareness Week in 2021, an educational initiative aiming to raise awareness of the importance of brain research and brain health.
The Little Tools project was recently featured in the European Commission's 'Results Pack on frontier research for the Green New Deal'.
From the 9th to 11th of December 2020, the OSIRIS team participated at the Workshop on Medical Innovation (WOMI), which was organised by Maynooth University School of Business and Gothenburg Center for Knowledge-intensive Innovative Ecosystems.
In many countries, the current political opinions of different groups firmly oppose each other. A new study of two Norwegian Facebook forums points out how group discussions on social media may be pushing the boundaries.
PIs Espen Røysamb and Ragnhild Bang Nes scored two for two this week as grants from the Research Council of Norway were announced, adding two exciting new projects to the Promenta portfolio. These grants provide the resources to do groundbreaking research into the field of quality of life and wellbeing, from two rather different perspectives.
UiO:Life Science will fund educational summer research projects for 40 students between April and September 2021 for students currently enrolled in a bachelor, master or relevant professional degree program at UiO. We now invite you to suggest projects for one or two students. The application deadline was 1 February 2021.
UiO:Life Science will fund 40 educational summer research projects for students between April and September 2021. Students currently enrolled in a bachelor, master or relevant professional degree program at the University of Oslo are eligible to apply. The first 100 students to register will be admitted to a digital matchmaking on 9 March.
TIK's ERC Starting Grant project welcomes two new research assistants, Minja Mitrovic and Jonas Engestøl Wettre, to the group.
The article “Innovation in natural resource- based Industries; a pathway to development?” by TIK researchers Allan Dahl Andersen and Erlend O. Simensen, is the first one to cross 10.000 reads in the journal Innovation and Development.
The University of Oslo (UiO) has been awarded funding from Kavli Trust for a new study on medicine given as a nasal spray for young people with autism spectrum diagnoses (ASD).
- Trump has created an image of himself as the strong man, who will rebuild American values and fight for the forgotten women and men. That he is true to this message is part of his strength, says Sigrun Marie Moss, a researcher who specialises in political psychology.
In their new blog post, OSIRIS researchers Magnus Gulbrandsen, Erlend Simensen and Taran Thune present a large survey among users of research in public agencies.
Professionals in psychology and psychiatry have long regarded them as a risk group. Parents have become anxious about how they will fare in adulthood. Now a long-term study shows that the concern for the shy and well-behaved teenagers has been unnecessary.
As the project reaches its final stages, the team met up for a two-day workshop to discuss works underway and the road ahead.
OSIRIS is happy to welcome a new member of the research team: PhD candidate Kristin Oxley!
How to do document analysis? In a new textbook, Kristin Asdal and Hilde Reinertsen aim to help you with precisely this.
A recent report published by Food Banks Norway shows important findings related to food waste and poverty alleviation in Norway during the COVID-19 pandemic.
During week 36 and 37, the University of Oslo has been notified of six cases of confirmed Covid-19 relating to four students and two employees.
How can science have an impact on policy-making? In OSIRIS, we analyse the processes and conditions of research users to understand impact. Papers about the impact of science on policy-making often describe interactions between scientists and individual policymakers. While these are certainly important, the new OSIRIS discussion paper draws attention to the role of conditions in policy organisations.
The joint EASST/4S conference took place on 18-21 August - this year virtually.