OSIRIS is financed by the Research Council of Norway, and led by the TIK Centre for technology, innovation and culture.

OSIRIS Newsletter


  • osiris OSIRIS at the Workshop on Medical Innovation Jan. 27, 2021

    From the 9 th to 11 th 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.

  • What do the users of research want? Nov. 2, 2020

    In their new blog post, OSIRIS researchers Magnus Gulbrandsen, Erlend Simensen and Taran Thune present a large survey among users of research in public agencies.

  • kristin-oxley- New in OSIRIS: Kristin Oxley Oct. 15, 2020

    OSIRIS is happy to welcome a new member of the research team: PhD candidate Kristin Oxley!

  • figure The impact of science - framework explaining the role of policy users' organisational filters Sep. 7, 2020

    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.