Exhibition of summer projects - vote for best poster

Now you can see the summer students' exhibition in the basement of Georg Sverdrups hus. - And you can vote for the best poster.

Image may contain: Person, Face, Nose, Text, Head.UiO:Life Science offers students the opportunity to participate in research projects during the summer. The summer projects will give students practical experience with real research that addresses a societal challenge in health or the environment. It is also desirable that the students gain insight into interdisciplinary research.

As part of the summer project, the students are required to make a poster that presents the prosject they have been working on. The exhibition is a result of the students' work.

Vote for the best poster

Now you can vote for the best poster. Note that you need to have a UiO-user to vote. The poster that gets the most votes wins the prize for the most popular poster. In addition, a jury selects the best academic poster.

Remember to stop by Georg Sverdrup's hus at Blindern by 20 October to see the posters in the exhibition. Voting closes at 2 p.m.

More about the summer projects

One of the tasks of UiO:Life Science is to recruit, educate and develop talented students. The summer research project for students is part of this work. The summer research projects are normally announced around the turn of the year.

/University of Oslo Public Release. This material from the originating organization/author(s) might be of the point-in-time nature, and edited for clarity, style and length. Mirage.News does not take institutional positions or sides, and all views, positions, and conclusions expressed herein are solely those of the author(s).View in full here.