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On March 27th, OSIRIS, in cooperation with NOS-HS, hosted a Nordic workshop on impact in the social sciences and humanities.
The Little Tools project organized a workshop on the sea and its economies on March 9th – 10th in Kabelvåg, Lofoten
The Norwegian Research Council has a limited understanding of the role of research in society, writes Kristin Asdal in the Norwegian business newspaper Dagens Næringsliv.
The number of international researchers at the Department of Psychology has reached one third of the total number of scientific staff.
Apollon research magazine asked three renowned researchers what it takes to make the world greener and the role of innovations within social sciences and law.
Fast track Special Issue on 1.5°C climate change research and social transformation to support IPCC Special Report.
Karen O'Brien has written an article in Tvergastein Issue 8 under the theme "Something to Declare: Unpacking Travel".
This PhD course explores the relationship between adaptation and transformation, two concepts that are key to understanding societal responses to climate change.
Kristin Asdal speaking at the Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, University of Oslo, 15:00 on February 15th
The edited volume 'Humans, Animals and Biopolitics: The More-than-Human Condition' has been reviewed favourably in the journal cultural geographies.
- Many people believe that major social change must start from above. But historically we see that such changes have often started small, says Karen O'Brien, professor of Human Geography at the Department of Sociology and Human Geography.
Whether we're swiping, surfing or flirting in the office, the search for love is all around. What we may not realize, however, is that science is helping out, too.
Inger Skjelsbæk, Associate Professor at the Department of Psychology, has been appointed Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Women, Peace and Security at the London School of Economics.
Within the LittleTools project, you may find interesting, fun and relevant ideas for master theses about science, politics, the economy, and the environment - with a special focus on oceans, fish, and aquaculture.
The Little Tools team convened on Lysebu to discuss current projects and plan for the future.
When the United Nations’ top anti-torture official tried to inspect an infamous prison in Gambia two years ago, officials there denied him access. So he protested all the way up the country’s chain of command.
GLOBUS researchers will chair a section at the EISA conference on International Relations in Barcelona, September 2017. The call for papers is now closed.
The havoc wreaked by the terrorist organization Boko Haram is one example of the unrest that starts in remote areas with weak local institutions. Peace workers increasingly must look at the local conditions, according to a new doctoral thesis.
The Norwegian National Opera & Ballet has large deficits and is entirely dependent on state aid. To show that they deserve the money, they work purposefully to bring classical music down to Earth.
John Erik Fossum discussed the crisis of trust of EU citizens towards the European project at the Tatra Summit 2016, a prominent conference which aims to make a lasting contribution to defining the future of EU economic and political governance.
Hi, Kamilla Knutsen Steinnes! You are in your third semester of a Master’s degree programme in psychology and, at the same time, work as a Communications Officer in the Junior Researcher Programme. What does that entail?
If you were unable to join the launch seminar at UiO in October - never fear, the entire thing is now available for viewing
China's enormous economic growth has lifted millions out of poverty and raised citizens' standard of living. The other side of the picture is growing income inequality.
Children of immigrants are better educated, and earn far more, than their parents.