Upcoming 5 days
Welcome to the Global Health Norway Conference 2021: Technology and education in global health - the way forward.
Er den sunne maten også den som er best for miljøet og planeten? Hvordan er det med avocadoen fra Mellom-Amerika? Eller tomaten dyrket i drivhus oppvarmet med fossilt brensel - eller plukket av arbeidere som har uverdige arbeidsforhold med luselønn?
Women in Global Health (WGH) Norway, hosted by the Centre for Global Health, University of Oslo (UiO), in collaboration with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is pleased to welcome you to Trondheim for Global Health Day in celebration of the WGH Norway second Annual Conference.
Further upcoming events
Join us for the One Health in the 21st Century conference as we draw a picture of the ongoing One Health work in Norway and together frame the way forward towards a One Health Norway platform.
The course will provide advice on how to develop and write a project proposal with a typical bottom-up approach. Research Council Norway's call for Young Research Talents will be specially addressed.
This workshop will give an introduction to respirometry and how to use the whole room calorimetry.
In addition, a theoretical and practical introduction on the Promethion architecture and specifics of the Oslo system will also be presented, including system calibration and validation by propane burn.
Both in Norway and internationally, sustainability education is being criticized for forwarding an individualistic perspective emphasizing consumption and life style choices rather than addressing structural causes for climate- and environmental crises. How can we change that?
Svein Olav Kolset was educated as a Nutritionist at the School of Nutrition, the University of Oslo. He has since then been a staff scientist and later Professor at the Department of Nutrition. Svein Olav has for decades been a leading international expert on nutrition and glycobiology. In honor of Professor Kolset's 70th birthday, we invite you to a symposium with talks reflecting Svein Olav's present and former research activities.