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Marina Tofting from the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters and Rosalind Reid from the World Federation of Science Journalists.
Five eminent science journalists from four continents have won the 2018 Kavli Prize scholarships. They were selected among 48 applicants from all over the world. The winners are: Angela Posadas Swafford -- Colombia, Ling Xing -- China, Iván Carillo -- México, Sibusiso Biyela -- South Africa and Simon Pleasant --Australia\Japan. The winners were announced at the AAAS meeting in Austin, Texas by Rosalind Reid from WFSJ. Marina Tofting, director of communications at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, congratulated the winners and wished them welcome to Oslo for the Kavli Prize week 1-6 September 2018. (18.02.2018) More
Recordings now availablePielke
Several of the lectures from the symposium held at the Norwegian Academy of Sciences and Letters last year are now available. Roger Pielke, professor at the University of Colorado, U.S.A, is among the prominent scientists that participated. (30.01.2018) More
Governor Brown takes the report to UNs Climate Change Conference in BonnJerry Brown
Scientists from leading international academies met for the first time with politicians to help spur climate action by governments, business leaders and the public at large. This is seen in the light of the existential threat of climate change, including dangerous losses of plants and animal life. (10.11.2017) More
Dialogue between politicians and academia is important to tackle climate change, but why is this so? How can we improve the conversation, and what is the current status on what we know and what we don’t? These are some of the questions that will be discussed when leading politicians and scientists meet at The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters in November. Among the participants are the Governor of California Jerry Brown, the Minister of Climate and Environment Vidar Helgesen and Head of the Committee for Climate, Environment and Resource Use Nils Chr. Stenseth. (06.11.2017) More
Birkeland Lecture by David SouthwoodKristian Birkeland
Professor David Southwood from Imperial College, London gives the Birkeland Lecture at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters in Oslo on 15 June at 6 pm. In 2017, the legacy of the physicist Kristian Birkeland still stands solid - 150 years after his birth and 100 years after his death. This lecture is one of many events during the Birkeland Anniversary 2017 that will take place 13-16th of June. (29.05.2017) More
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