In a couple of days, the Living Norway Colloquium 2020 will take place as a hybrid event. With close to 150 participants from more than 15 different countries spread across several time zones, we are a bit overwhelmed by the interest in the conference. But this for sure is a luxery that we should be able to handle!
The main reason for the great interest is obviously the many excellent presenters that we have managed to fit into the program on both days. The updated colloquium program can be found here. On day 1 (October 12th), we will have a series of lectures on key topics related to open and reproducible science for the 21st century. On day 2 (October 13th), we will organize two workshops that both will include group discussions and other group tasks. We hope all participants are ready to join in on the discussions!
Although the conference is just a few days ahead of us, it is still possible to sign up to attend the conference online (unfortunately, we cannot host more people in-house in Trondheim). You can find the link at the conference web page here. If you just want to view the presentations without attending the conference and joining the discussions, you could do so by the livestream embedded in the conference web page (here).
We are looking forward to meeting you all early next week – be it in person in Trondheim (Norway) or online from anywhere in the world!
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