Call for nominees: DLN Transdisciplinary publication of the year award 2022

By offering our prize for the best transdisciplinary publication of the year for 2022, the Centre for Digital Life Norway is putting the spotlight on transdisciplinary research efforts in life science! The deadline for nominating publications is January 31st, 2023. 

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Deadline for nominations: January 31st, 2023

Amount of support: 10,000 NOK

 

Societal challenges are complex and require us to reach beyond our traditional research boundaries. DLN supports initiatives that strive to address these challenges through transdisciplinary life sciences. Transdisciplinary research engages a broad range of stakeholders from across academic disciplines (e.g., biology, mathematics, computational sciences, and social sciences) as well as non-academic actors (such as patients, users, industry, and NGOs). For a more in-depth explanation, please look to the White paper: Transdisciplinarity in Digital Life.

Experts must now extend their knowledge, not simply to be an extension of what they know in their specialised field, but to consist of building links and trying to integrate what they know with what others want to, or should, know and do. Bringing together the many different knowledge dimensions involved constitutes specific mixes with other kinds of knowledge, experience and expertise.

- Helga Nowotny (2003)

 

DLN highlights and rewards research projects in Norway in digital life sciences that take a transdisciplinary approach. We are therefore now accepting nominations for Transdisciplinary Publication of the Year for 2022, with a prize of 10,000 NOK. The money will be transferred to the associated project and can be spent within the frames set by governmental regulations. In the case of a tie, the prize(s) will be shared among multiple winners. 

 

The candidate publication should fulfill the following criteria:

  • The publication should include transdisciplinary life science
  • The research does not have to be affiliated with the Centre for Digital Life 
  • The first, last, and/or corresponding author should be a researcher based in Norway
  • The publication should be published or accepted for scientific publication (e.g., book chapter, peer-reviewed journal article, etc.) during 2022
  • The publication should be open access (self/institutional archiving is accepted)
  • Applications will be evaluated by members of the DLN operational management team, DLN expert task force, and external experts

Each person may submit up to three publications. Use a new form for each submission.
Self-nominations are welcome. It is also possible to nominate work you have not been involved in.

 

If you have any further questions about the award, please contact:

Marta Eide, marta.eide@uib.no

Korbinian Bösl, korbinian.bosl@uib.no

 

 

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Published Nov. 2, 2022 1:58 PM - Last modified Nov. 2, 2022 2:42 PM