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A PhD course on the bioeconomy was held in Oslo 9-13 December as part of the ERC Little Tools project.
TIK*s PhD candidate Henrik Schwabe has won the prize for best PhD paper at the annual meeting of the Norwegian Association for Economists.
Most likely yes, but removing barriers is not the same as opening the floodgates, says OSIRIS ph.d candidate Lars Wenaas.
Did you know that around one third of global food produced for human consumptions is wasted?
The Little Tools team met for two days of lively discussions on the project and works in progress.
On November 8th, professor Barry Bozeman (Arizona State University) visited the OSIRIS consortium meeting and gave a keynote speech titled Public values criteria in science policy and evaluation: Challenges of moving from theory to application.
On November 7th, Mireille Matt visited OSIRIS and gave a talk on real-time impact assessment.
On November 7-8, OSIRIS gathered for an intensive consortium workshop. Seven drafts for scientific papers were presented and reviewed, as well as several new ideas for upcoming papers and case studies.
Birthe Soppe, Taran Thune, and Jochen Markard are convening a track on "Sustainability Transitions: Bridging Systems and Organizational Perspectives to Tackle Grand Challenges" on the forthcoming EGOS colloquium in Hamburg in July 2020.
INTRANSIT researcher Tuukka Mäkitie defended his PhD thesis in innovation studies at UiO on 23 October 2019, amongst other things focussing on policy mixes to advance sustainability transitions in the norwegian oil and gas industry.
On October 23rd, INTRANSIT's Markus Steen held a workshop for the Research Council of Norway on innovation and green & smart restructuring.
The workshop was held at Tøyen in Oslo 14-15 October, with open lectures from invited speakers Eve Chiapello and Andrew Barry.
Little Tools postdoc Hilde Reinertsen participates in panel on our relationship to nature.
INTRANSIT is happy to announce a four-year postdoctoral positon to work on research on sustainability transitions and industrial transformations. The position is co-funded by INTRANSIT and FME NTRANS.
Kristin Asdal held a presentation on document analysis at a workshop on methods held in Trondheim, 17 September.
The lecture, on "an ethnography of documents", was part of a PhD course on ethnography in STS.
On September 11, Hilde Reinertsen participated in panel on the value of the ocean at the National Theater in Oslo.
TIK participated in organizing a stand at the Oslo Science Expo, 20-21 September.
The 2019 conference of the Society for Social Studies of Science took place from September 3 to 7 in New Orleans. TIK was there!
Kristin Asdal and Béatrice Cointe presented a paper at the 2019 EGOS Colloquium in Edinburgh.
OSIRIS researchers from Oslo and Manchester participated with a total of three papers in this year's ECPR conference in Wroclaw.
The new working paper is co-written by all members of the Little Tools Research team, and titled "The Good Economy: Re-casting the bioeconomy, its normativities and its trouble."
The new working paper is titled "Experiments in co-modification: A relational take on the becoming of commodities and the making of market value".
Kristin Asdal represented the Little Tools team at the European Society for Environmental History (ESEH) conference in Tallinn.