Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

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Professor at Department of Earth Science, Univerity of Bergen, Joachim Jacobs, participates in The international expedition Geodynamic Evolution of East Antarctica 2 (GEA-2)
Three new participants joined our group recently.
After the 3-month stay in Stockholm, at the Mittag-Leffler institute, the members of the Analysis group finally got back to Bergen and are ready to start dealing with new mathematical challenges again.
Grand Old Man of the Norwegian Quaternary Geology, Bjørn G. Andersen, died January 12
Professor Haakon Fossen at the Department of Earth Science, Univerity of Bergen, and the University Museum of Bergen, has been presented with the award “Nordic Geoscientist Award 2012".
In December 2011 Journal of Magnetic Resonance came with a special issue where some of the groundbreaking papers in NMR are presented.
CGB leader professor Rolf Birger Pedersen and collaborators have discovered two new, unique hydrothermal vents in the Mid-Cayman spreading centre
Centre leader Rolf Birger Pedersen was part of a team of international experts aboard the RRS James Cook spring 2010.
Are Nylund says that wild salmon in British Columbia (BC) waters have been found to carry what a federal scientist believes may be a new strain of the infectious salmon anemia (ISA) virus, which has afflicted fish farms in eastern Canada, Chile and Europe.
The Turkish city of Erzurum is located near the triple junction between the Arabian, Eurasian and Anatolian plates.
Friday 25. November 2011, Ronghua Wang defended her PhD-thesis at Department of Earth Science, University of Bergen
The 14th of December is the 100th year anniversary of Amundsen`s success reaching the South Pole in 1911.
Fisheries-induced evolution is in the focus in Dagens Næringsliv.
Once a year Vietnamese students and pupils honor their teachers by giving gifts, arranging concerts, making them dinner and so on.
Two billion year old rocks are providing information about a period of extreme carbon cycle disruption and the Great Oxidation Event – both critically important to our understanding of Earth’s geological and biological history.
Science article suggests evolution of Earth’s biology has been intrinsically linked with the evolution of its geology
This year's new master students in BIO300 had their final presentations Wednesday this week. The students had analyzed the water quality of samples taken from various locations in Bergen.