Several INTRANSIT researchers are attending this week's International Sustainability Transitions Conference (IST). Here you can get an overview of our contributions and presentations at the conference.
Birthe Soppe, Panikos Georgallis, and Shon Hiatt are convening a track on "Markets for Sustainability: Evolving Challenges, Imperfections, and Trade-offs" at the EGOS Colloquium in Vienna in July 2022.
TIK-forsker og historiker Hilde Reinertsen er en av 11 utvalgte som i konkurranse med nærmere 60 andre søkere, har blitt tatt opp som medlem av Akademiet for yngre forskere. De nye medlemmene er valgt for en periode på fire år.
On September 1st, 11 Oslo-based OSIRIS researchers gathered in Fredrikstad for the first physical workshop in almost 1,5 years.
Despite the challenges of the pandemic, there has been a great deal of activity in OSIRIS during the past year.
In June 2021, OSIRIS co-organised the annual Eu-SPRI conference. The digital format attracted a record number of more than 400 participants for the three-day online event.
OSIRIS researcher Gry Høiland is studying how research is used in the Norwegian Labor and Welfare Administration (NAV).
INTRANSIT co-hosts Eu-SPRI 2021. Eu-Spri is an annual conference focused on research and innovation policy.
The Eu-SPRI 2021 conference invites participants to a more critical and reflexive discussion of the linkage between science and innovation.
OSIRIS is happy to offer a three-year postdoctoral position to carry out longitudinal case studies of how research gets used.
We are happy to announce that the Research Council of Norway (RCN) has decided to fund the OSIRIS Centre for the last period of the centre. An international panel of experts has evaluated the centre and recommended that it continues. This recommendation was adopted by the RCN's board of directors in February this year.
På få år har ideen om mennesket som en naturkraft bredt om seg. Mange kaller vår tidsalder menneskets epoke – antropocen. Historiker Kristin Asdal og geolog Henrik Svendsen er gjester i andre episode av Små steder, store spørsmål, en serie fra podkasten Universitetsplassen, med programlederne Thomas Hylland Eriksen og Ståle Wig.
«Hvordan gjøre dokumentanalyse» gir det den lover, nemlig en kreativ innføring i hvordan vi kan studere, analysere og følge dokumenter, skriver Marte Frøyhaug.
The Little Tools project was recently featured in the European Commission's 'Results Pack on frontier research for the Green New Deal'.
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.
This semester, the TIK innovation group invites you to weekly innovation lunch webinars; a webinar series focused on hot topics in innovation studies.
TIK's ERC Starting Grant project welcomes two new research assistants, Minja Mitrovic and Jonas Engestøl Wettre, to the group.
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.
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.
As the project reaches its final stages, the team met up for a two-day workshop to discuss works underway and the road ahead.
OSIRIS is happy to welcome a new member of the research team: PhD candidate Kristin Oxley!
How to do document analysis? In a new textbook, Kristin Asdal and Hilde Reinertsen aim to help you with precisely this.
A recent report published by Food Banks Norway shows important findings related to food waste and poverty alleviation in Norway during the COVID-19 pandemic.