The theory, known as the ‘great replacement,’ has gained currency on popular television programs and in the halls of Congress.
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New research shows that oxytocin system dysfunction contributes to both mental disorders and cardiovascular and metabolic health. A researcher says that oxytocin has the potential to treat mental disorders and the associated risk of cardiovascular disease and metabolic disorders.
Professor Eivind Ystrøm at the Department of Psychology has been awarded a prestigious Consolidator Grant from the European Research Council to investigate why one fifth of Norwegian children do not complete secondary education, and need one fifth need treatment for a mental disorder before they reach adulthood.
We have an open position as PhD fellow in INTRANSIT. The position is connected to research stream 5 on innovation policy and sustainability transitions, and the place of work is the Center for Technology, Innovation and Culture at the University of Oslo.
The prospect of experiencing symptoms of cognitive or mental decline was a key motivation to undertake lifestyle changes, even more so than having been diagnosed with a brain disorder – an important finding from the second public report of the Global Brain Health Survey.
The number of UiO students attending The International Summer School has gradually increased during the past years. This summer, ISS has established ‘Political Data Science Hackathon’, a new six week Bachelor level course to be offered exclusively for UiO’s own program students.
Osiris is happy to welcome two new members to the team: Mayra Morales Tirado from University of Manchester and Gemma Derrick from University of Bristol.
In this newly published book, authors Kristin Asdal and Hilde Reinertsen present a framework for studying documents that enables you to conduct a rich and systematic analysis of documents in all their diversity.
Five new teams have been admitted to UiO´s innovation programme SPARK Norway. They will develop their ideas within health-related life sciences for the benefit of patients and society.
Q&A with Valuethreads project members Nassima Abdelghafour and Liliana Doganova about their recent fieldwork in French Guyana.
Processing grant applications and assigning them to an appropriate group of experts for evaluation, is one of the challenges of the Research Council of Norway (RCN). At a recent OSIRIS meeting, representatives of the RCN gave insights into their use of artificial intelligence (AI) as a tool for optimizing case handling.
Prof. Susanne Bauer (TIK) is research partner in the project "Anthropogenic Soils. Recuperating Human-Soil Relationships on a Troubled Planet", funded by the Norwegian Research Council’s program for Large-scale Interdisciplinary Projects.
Call for applications for the three-day course on writing academic English is due midnight 16.01. The workshop is hosted by ReNEW, and takes place from 31th of March to 2nd of April in Stockholm.
Kristin Asdal, Professor at TIK, and colleagues organize a prallell session at the 38th EGOS Colloquium in Vienna 7-9 July 2022. The theme of the session is "Valuation and Critique in the “Good Economy”". Deadline for submitting short papers is 11. January.
Det sier INTRANSIT-forsker Allan Dahl Andersen. Les mer om omstilling og det grønne skifte i disse to Apollon-intervjuene med Andersen og Professor Taran Thune, senterleder i INTRANSIT.