Why do Indigenous people have high risk of severe influenza?
‘The influenza pandemics of 1918 and 2009, as well as the ongoing COVID-19, show that Indigenous people have extremely high risk of severe disease outcomes, but the reasons for this vulnerability are unclear’, future CAS project leader Svenn-Erik Mamelund says.
Is the world becoming more peaceful?
We asked Senior Researcher at PRIO, Håvard Mokleiv Nygård, and Professor of Statistics and Data Analysis at UiO, Nils Lid Hjort, what their project Stability and Change is about.
Announcing the CAS projects 2022/23: from influenza to peace-and-conflict, and algebra
For the first time, two of the project leaders come from our newest member institutions: OsloMet and PRIO. One of the projects is hyper-relevant for the Corona situation. These projects were elected to come to CAS in 2022/23
Awarded ERC Starting Grant: ‘I developed as a researcher at CAS’
Kjetil Lysne Voje, a fellow at the 2019/20 CAS project "Evolvability: A New and Unifying Concept in Evolutionary Biology?", was awarded the prestigious ERC Starting Grant.
Watch the CAS Opening Ceremony live on Facebook
September 3 at 16:00
What is good policy?
Vice-Rector at the University of Oslo, Åse Gornitzka, says that the CAS project leaders Cathrine Holst and Jakob Elster are ‘brave’ to ask the simple, but complex and crucial question: what is good policy?
Alumni Spotlight: Karine Nyborg
Karine Nyborg, a professor of economics at the University of Oslo, says that the months at CAS in 2005 helped making her feel at home in the international environmental economics research community.
Alumni Spotlight: Olav Gjelsvik
Funding bodies increasingly focus on research that is expected to be relevant in a short term perspective, Olav Gjelsvik says worryingly: ´This makes institutions like CAS much more important´.
Alumni Spotlight: Andreas Føllesdal and Geir Ulfstein
Ten years ago, the two professors asked: Should States Ratify Human Rights Conventions?
CAS Fellow awarded the Dobzhansky Prize: ´I am absolutely thrilled´
Jacqueline Sztepanacz has been awarded the prestigious prize for her “accomplishments and future promise” as an outstanding young evolutionary biologist.