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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.
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.
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).
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.
OSIRIS researchers at Statistics Norway have published an article analyzing the impact of all major sources of direct and indirect R&D subsidies to industries in Norway during the period 2002-2013.
More R&D spending in Norway leads to higher productivity as firms improve their capacity to learn from other domestic firms as well as from firms in other countries. As a result, GDP, real wages and consumption will increase in the long run.
TIKs forskningsprosjekt LITTLE TOOLS søker 1-2 vitenskapelige assistenter som kan jobbe 50-100% i perioden juni – desember 2020.
Read what students in literary studies and psychology say about LCE courses.