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Here are the new faculty board representatives for Gr. B and Gr. D for the period 01.08.2023 - 31.07.2024!
Wind energy has a very high potential for improvement, especially with regard to wake effects of the turbines within large wind farms. This work focuses the emphasis on potential of aerodynamically optimized wind park layouts and wake steering through yaw angle control.
Francesca vulcano and her coworkers have been awarded the 2022 best article award from FEMS microbiology ecology. The article investigates the evolution and adaptation to different environments of anaerobic methane oxidizing Archaea.
Did you miss Jonas Solbakken and Velaug Myrseth Oltedal's presentation of HyValue? Watch it here!
The University of Bergen has been awarded four EU-funded mobility grants through Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA). One grant goes to The Faculty of Humanities, and three will go to The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.
Carl was a visiting student at the HypOnFjordFish project from the Freie University, Berlin. He has been studying the effects of hypoxia on mesopelagic crustaceans
Karen has been studying the distribution and diet of two small sharks, the velvet belly and blackmouth catshark, in west Norwegian fjords.
Join members of the UNESCO Chair Group and the Centre for Sustainable Area Management (CeSAM) for a workshop on participatory research during Day Zero, February 8th 2023.
The Department of Earth Science has in recent months acquired several state of the art drones for performing high-resolution mapping in 2D and 3D.
A new review in Science reveals the quick and accumulating impacts of humans in the Amazon – and nature will likely not be able to keep up. This new paper developed by CESAM member Suzette Flantua reveals the magnitude of the drivers of deforestation and degradation in the Amazon and lists the transformative policy actions needed to safeguard the region and consequently global climate.
Øivind has been studying the effect of the parasitic copepod Sarcotretes scopeli on its mesopelagic fish host.