In collaboration with the Institute for informatics at the University of Bergen, the Digital lab organizes a summer school in collaborative scientific software development. This summer school is funded by NORBIS and Digital Life Norway.
The Dynamic Kinetochore workshop has become the major venue for discussing the molecular details of kinetochore formation, structure and control and their relevance to cancer and other human diseases. The meeting encompasses the latest unpublished and cutting-edge research in the field.
NCMM Associate Investigator Professor Rolf Skotheim, Department of Molecular Oncology, Institute for Cancer Research, Oslo University Hospital and University of Oslo, will present his research as part of the NCMM Tuesday Seminar Series.
Innovasjon er å skape verdier på nye måter, men det er noen utfordringer i dagens system som kan gjøre det vanskelig å få til mer innovasjon fra bioteknologiforsking på en ansvarlig måte. Hvorfor er det slik og hva kan vi gjøre med det? Senter for digitalt liv Norge inviterer til diskusjon på Arendalsuka hvor vi skal lete etter svar sammen med paneldeltakere som har lang erfaring med forskningsinnovasjon.
NCMM Associate Investigator Professor Thomas Arnesen, Department of Molecular Biology, University of Bergen and Department of Surgery, Haukeland University Hospital, will present his research as part of the NCMM Tuesday Seminar Series.
Summer school: 7 September – 9 September 2022
NCMM Associate Investigator Professor John-Bjarne Hansen, KG Jebsen – Thrombosis Research and Expertise Centre (TREC), Department of Clinical Medicine, University of Tromsø, and University Hospital of Northern Norway, will present his research as part of the NCMM Tuesday Seminar Series.
The increased use of digitalization technologies in life science changes the way life science research is done. State of the art experimental techniques now routinely produce very large datasets of which the interpretation is unclear. This does not only increase our ability to interrogate the natural world, but also affects the research questions. This changes life-science research, but also our view of what a living system is. The practical consequences of this are still unclear.
The Centre for Digital Life Norway is proud to be co-organizing a national meeting for bioinformaticians in Norway, taking place at Sundvolden Hotel 28-30 September 2022
Curious to learn more about what FAIR data management means in the field of life sciences? And how this is met by Norwegian research infrastructures? ELIXIR Norway and BioMedData are organizing a course for you!
The annual conference for and by the members of the research school.
NCMM Associate Investigator Professor Christine Hanssen Rinaldo, Department of Clinical Medicine, University of Tromsø and University Hospital North Norway, will present her research as part of the NCMM Tuesday Seminar Series.
NCMM Associate Investigator Ole Andreassen, Professor at the Division of Mental Health and Addiction, Oslo University Hospital and the Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo, will present his research as part of the NCMM Tuesday Seminar Series.
Dr. Marta Melé, group leader at the Barcelona Supercomputing Centre, Spain, will present her research on "The anatomy of expression and alternative splicing variation across human traits."
It has been a while since the FAIRDOM community got together to exchange ideas and share our FAIRDOM-SEEK related experiences. We’re therefore very excited to announce a new series of FAIRDOM user meetings, with the first meeting scheduled for 9th of May, 2022 at 14:00 CEST.
Dr Hanna Ollila, Research Fellow at the University of Finland, will present her research as part of the NCMM Tuesday Seminar Series.
The NorMIC series of workshops aims to teach biological researchers (PhD students, engineers, postdocs and young PIs) the principles of biological microscopes and image processing.
Dr. Renée Beekman, Group Leader at the Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona, Spain, will present her lecture "Understanding early lymphoma formation from a single-cell epigenomics and 3D chromatin perspective."
Nerliens Meszansky together with Cellink has the pleasure to invite you to a Scientific Seminar introducing the 3D bioprinting portefolio with focus on various applications.
NCMM Associate Investigator, Professor Simona Chera, Group Leader of the Chera Lab at the University of Bergen will present her research as part of the NCMM Tuesday Seminar Series.
Generate a data management plan for a Life Science research project that will meet the requirements of the Research Council of Norway
Dr. Bart Deplancke, Professor at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland, will present his lecture "Resolving the molecular mechanisms underlying regulatory variation-mediated phenotypic diversity."
This mini-symposium involves in-depth discussions of molecular structures in action with researchers in the field. It is organised by the Centre for Molecular Medicine Norway (NCMM) and the Norwegian Graduate School in Biocatalysis (Biocat).