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SPARK Norway is a two-year innovation programme to further develop ideas within health-related life sciences for the benefit of patients and society. Researchers from UiO and affiliated research groups at OUS or Ahus can apply UiO:Life Science to be included in the programme.
Professor receives second prestigious grant from the EU, joining the ranks of only five researchers in Norway to have achieved this feat.
Minister of Education and Research Torbjørn Røe Isaksen visited UiO today with promises of a start-up grant for UiO's new life science building
Apply UiO:Life Science for support for internationalization, conferences and other events. The application deadline is 1st of December 2017.
The board of UiO:Life Science has decided to support the newly established School of Health Innovation at UiO, NTNU and Karolinska Institutet. With this UiO:Life Science wants to contribute to establish a new strong player in the UiO ecosystem of innovation.
The number of international researchers at the Department of Psychology has reached one third of the total number of scientific staff.
Academic employees and students at UiO can apply UiO:Life Science for funds for partially financing of open events that are in line with the initiative's strategy.
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.
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.
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?
Henry Molaison is well known by thousands of psychology students as "H.M". Henry Molaison lost his memory on an operating table in an attempt to cure epilepsy. The study of H.M. has revolutionized our understanding of the organization of human memory.