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Scientists will look into the heart of Surtsey, an island created 50 years ago by a volcanic eruption.
At the vanguard of deep sea research - leading UiB, Norway, and internationally …
The Glaciated North Atlantic Margins (GLANAM) ITN ended 31. March 2017. One output of the ITN has been a film showing some of the key results.
Please remember our session when considering attending the Goldschmidt conference in Paris this year (August 13-18)!
On the 6th of October, the postdocs from the newly renamed Basin and Reservoir Studies-group organized the third postdoc event of 2016. We did a marvelous hike over Byfjellene
GeoPartner annual Seminar Thursday 16. february. Here is some pictures from the day:
The Department of Earth Sciences (GEO) is part of HordaFlom, an innovative project which will analyze lake sediments to reconstruct flooding events during the last 2000 years and which will provide more robust projections of future floods
Mathilde B. Sørensen, Kuvvet Atakan and Rolf Birger Pedersen are together with colleagues from GFI one of the 49 partners of the Integrated Arctic Observing system (INTAROS) funded by H2020 and coordinated by the Nansen center.
The new K.G. Jebsen Centre for Deep Sea Research will open 9 February 2017.
Geobiology master student, Andreas Gilje Sjøberg, had an opportunity to study abroad in a lab in Brittany during his master studies. His work there yielded unexpected and important results!
Researcher Steffen Leth Jørgensen is the Centre for Geobiology’s (CGB) 3rd successful Bergen Research Foundation’s Recruitment Programme candidate.
Five UiB scientists will receive over 100 million NOK from Bergen Research Foundation and the University of Bergen, who aim to lay the groundwork for world class research.
The Centre for Geobiology (CGB) held a PhD course addressing the geological, environmental and technological challenges facing deep-sea mining and mineral extraction.
Researcher Nele Meckler wants to understand climate changes by studying fossil shells.
Fishery Minister, Per Sandberg, visited the Norwegian Ocean Laboratory today. Researchers from the Centre for Geobiology (CGB) were on hand to welcome him, and to share highlights from their deep sea research activity.

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