For staff at CNS
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News for staff
Lunch Webinar: Open access to scientific publications and research data in Sweden
On 27 September at 12:00-13:00, KIB will hold a lunch webinar regarding requirements from Swedish research funders for "open access" to scientific publications and research data. Important information that concerns all researchers at KI.
The webinar is free but you need to register.
Congress of Behavioral Medicine
Take the opportunity to attend a conference on behavioral medicine in Vancouver Canada in August 2023.
From KI, Professor Emily Holmes (Department of Psychology) participates as one of the keynote speakers and Anne Berman (CPF) in her capacity as president of the International Society of Behavioral Medicine (ISBM).
2022 US Funding Seminars for US Federal agencies
Two lunch seminars about US Funding with current prime awardees sharing their experiences!
Participate via Zoom on the 15th and 24th of November between 12.00-13.00.
Find more information in the KI calendar.
Visit the dentist while at work
As of 1 April, KI staff may visit the university’s general dentistry clinic during their working day, provided they have the permission of their department (or the equivalent) and their immediate manager. This staff perk will be trialled for a year.
KI Sustainability Day 2021
On May 18 it's time for KI's Sustainability Day. Like last year, it will be held digitally. The theme of 2021 is "building back better". How can we implement the new Climate Strategy at KI and build a more resilient, sustainable and fair future post COVID-19?
Find the news potential in your research
Do you have a PhD and want to use your expertise to improve the global public discourse and understanding of current affairs? This spring, KI and its news partner, The Conversation, are offering two training sessions on finding the news potential in your own research and writing for the public. Sign up now.
Hello there, Björn Kull, head of the new Research Support Office
More help and support for researchers – the objective of the new office part of the university’s Central Administration. Björn Kull, former head of the Grants Office is now head of the Research Support Office.
The role of purchasing coordinator becomes centralized
Purchasing and procurement, a sub-project within the project Harmonised professional services, has come to coordinate and centralize the purchasing coordinator organisation. Six to seven full-time positions within the organisation are being reorganized and will now be incorporated in the Central Administration.