Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

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This november, the Plastics Network will meet in person for the first time, and discuss and exchange knowledge concerning plastic pollution. Meet plastics researchers at UiB and learn more about their current projects.
Agnete Hessevik, PhD Candidate at Department of Administration and Organization Theory at UiB, will present the very interesting topic of green shipping networks, and how they in some ways may contribute to the decarbonization of shipping.
An interdisciplinary team from the University of Bergen, has taken a major step forward in deep sea exploration and sampling of Earth’s last truly remote and inaccessible seafloor environment – the extreme depths of the ice-covered Arctic Ocean. 
Eirik Finserås, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Law, UiB will give us insight into changes over time in renewable energy project and impact assessment.
November 10th Bergen Offshore Wind Centre (BOW), GCE Ocean Technology and NORCE arranged the offshore wind conference Science Meets Industry in the University Aula at University of Bergen. This was an opportunity to share experiences and knowledge across the industry and academia.
The new Faculty board of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences has voted to approve the new Gender Balance, Gender Equality and Diversity measure plan for 2021-2023.
Old volcano at the Vøring Plateau was named Eldhø. The name was chosen to honor the extensive pioneer research that Professor Emeritus Olav Eldholm has carried out on volcanism and plate tectonics in this part of the Norwegian Sea since the 1960s.
Mario Blázquez de Paz, Assistant Professor Department of Business and Management Strategy at NHH will present the very interesting topic Guarantee of Origin and Market Power in the Spot Electricity Market
In a recent editorial, UiB professor Jeroen van der Sluijs and co-editors encourage entomologists to join other scientists, legislators and policymakers in addressing and countering pollinator decline.
The SSB prizes are awarded to the top Indian scientists below 45 years of age for conducting outstanding research in science and technology.