Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

News archive for Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

- I think it's really nice to study informatics in Bergen. We have a very good study environment. There is always a possibility to get help from both lecturers and fellow students, no matter what it should be! It's a good environment for learning here, and everyone helps everyone learn new things.
- I really enjoy working here with the people in the visualization group, and also the opportunities for collaborating with other scientists. Besides work, I think the city of Bergen is really amazing. Both my partner and I love the nature that the surroundings of Bergen have to offer, and the large metal community here as well.
Scientists will look into the heart of Surtsey, an island created 50 years ago by a volcanic eruption.
- The position offered by UiB was perfectly catered to my research interests, and the project allowed for progression in an exciting direction that would be of personal appeal. Not to mention the opportunity to work at a great institute situated in such a picturesque city!
This is a message to new students from our (very own) professor Fredrik Manne, who was recently appointed outstanding lecturer. Well deserved for a professor with 20 years of experience, who is passionate about his field and is loved by his students. The man who walks into the auditorium with anticipation, loves teaching and puts his students first. This is what we call excellent teaching!
That the ocean slows down global warming by absorbing CO2 from the air, is pure chemistry. But to find out how much, you have to know how the ocean moves. Friederike Fröb's PhD shows that both weather and ocean currents play a role.
On June 26th the Research Council of Norway announced its continued funding to ELIXIR Norway - and 18 other infrastructure funding proposals submitted October 2016
A hormone builiding muscle mass can be vital in helping the aged, cancer patients and the obese, new research from the University of Bergen shows.
Friederike Fröb defends on Tuesday, 27th of June 2017 her PhD dissertation at the University of Bergen with the title: “Climate controlled mechanisms of subpolar North Atlantic carbon uptake”.
The ocean predicts future northwestern European and Arctic climate, finds a new study in Nature Communications.
The distrution of a radioactive Thorium isotope is important in multiple aspects of oceanograpy. In his new single author publication, Yiming Luo has revisited the issue on processes influencing the distribution in the water column.
Climate change in the Arctic and the Antarctic was the topic when around sixty scientists from Japan and Norway gathered in Bergen this week.
Professor Michael Hesse commitment to space physics honoured by NASA.
Mathias Stølen Ugelvik will defend his doctoral thesis later this month.
Aurelien has studied the genetic structure of deep-water grenadiers in Norwegian waters
Anne Marte has studied whether environmental enrichment affect feeding behavior in juvenile salmon.