Announcement: Conference at Soria Moria15th Annual Norwegian Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Networking Conference September 17-18, 2018
It is a pleasure to welcome you to the 15th Annual Norwegian Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Networking Conference to be held at Soria Moria Hotel on September 17th-18th, 2018, Oslo.
This is the premiere conference for stem cell and regenerative medicine research in Norway, and provides an excellent opportunity for stem cell researchers throughout the country to interact both scientifically and socially.
The conference is organized by the Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research and the Center of Excellence Hybrid Technology Hub, and sponsored by the Norwegian Research Council and the University of Oslo Life Science Program.
The scientific program will include presentations by participating PhD candidate, postdocs, and by our invited international speakers. In addition, there will be several company exhibitions.
The best PhD student presentation will be awarded with a plaque and a NOK 1000 prize!
Registration deadline is 15th of August. Please note that only a limited number of hotel rooms will be available for participants from outside Oslo.
Announcement: Conference at BergeBergen Stem Cell Consortium Annual Meeting, August 29-30, 2018
It is a pleasure to welcome you to the Bergen Stem Cell Consortium Annual Meeting in the center of town on August 29th-30th. A special grant will cover all the expenses for PhD students and post-doc candidates who will present their projects. Please note that there will be an interactive oral session instead of a traditional poster presentation this year.
Registration deadline is Aug 22.
For further information and registration please follow the link below:
Best wishes – and welcome! Tor Hervig, project leader
We congratulate Stem Cell Center Group LeaderArne Klungland - Winner of Excellent Researcher Award
Committee: Arne Klungland’s research field concerns DNA repair and DNA and RNA modifications. He is a most dynamic and creative researcher and is in the forefront of this highly competitive area. He has developed new methods for the study of DNA modifications, of which several have been patented and commercialized. Professor Klungland has a major impact on the research environment and has supported many young researchers who now have leading positions. Professor Klungland has demonstrated expertise and skills in applying basic science discoveries to common clinical problems and has a major impact on significant collaborative activities. Undoubtedly, Arne Klungland will continue to play a leading role and guarantee innovative research at Oslo University Hospital.
New article on 3D printingJoel Glover at the Stem Cell Center - Dagens Næringsliv on June 1st