Every year the University of Bergen (UiB) and the Bergen International Film Festival (BIFF) award the Golden Owl Prize to the best science documentary film of the year. This year’s winner is Monster in the Mind, a film that explores the hidden depths of the dreaded Alzheimer’s disease.
BIFF shows the film for UiB-employees and students, Tuesday November 8 at 17:30, in MB3 at Magnus Barfot Cinema Centre, Magnus Barfotsgate 12.
All UiB employees and students can collect up to two free tickets each, either in Magnus Barefoot or Konsertpaleet, from Wednesday October 26. Show your employee or student card. There are 220 vacant seats, so it’s first come first served.
In its verdict the jury says about the film: “This year’s winner of the Golden Owl Prize is a wonderful example of how science can enlighten questions of individual and societal concern. With engagement, curiosity, and personal investment, the audience is guided through the film’s multiple perspectives and facts, without losing momentum.”
Read more about the film, and watch the trailer: http://www.monsterinthemind.com/trailer/ Read more at uib.no: http://www.uib.no/en/news/101145/alzheimer%E2%80%99s-film-scoops-golden-owl-prize
The medical and health faculties at the Universities of Bergen, Oslo, Tromsø, Trondheim will give out NOK. 400000 to one or more e-learning project in the professional, bachelor’s and / or master programs for 2017.
The projects must include at least 2 of the faculties, and the project with the participation of all four faculties will be prioritized given satisfactory quality.
Full announcement text found here http://meddev.uio.no/elaring/utlysing/nasjonal_utlysing_2017.pdf
Application deadline is November 15th, 2016.
All PhD candidates are invited to the luncheon next wednesday, 2’nd November.
All you need to do, is to send an e-mail to Carine Lindquist before 1’st of November that you will like to attend
We have two speakers this day with different topics (10 minutes each talk):
- Ida Wergeland “COX-inhibitors for adjunctive tuberculosis treatment”.
- Andreas Persson “Risk factors for revision after ACL reconstruction”
Network luncheons are a great opportunity getting to know fellow PhD candidates and their projects. We will serve you a warm lunch (FREE OF CHARGE) after the presentations. If you have any allergies or are vegetarian, please send an email to Carine Lindquist and we will fix something.
Please join us 2’nd of November, 11.30 in the conference room (109F), 3’rd floor BBB (under the stairs, vis-a-vis the auditoriums). RSVP before 1’st of November if you are attending. Remember, if you are signed up in Studentweb to get credit point, you need to attend three luncheons in total, one in which you present yourself. Importantly, you do not have to be signed up to attend, the luncheons are for all PhD candidates!