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We now welcome applications to host an event as part of Day Zero at the SDG Conference Bergen, 7 February 2024.
The annual science festival creates enthusiasm and understanding for research through local educational and research institutions. Held every year since 1995, it is one of Europe's largest, nationwide research festivals.
On 15 September, the plastic waste clean-up action Rein Hardangerfjord (Clean Hardangerfjord) took place. The Plastics Network at UiB filled a bus with students and staff who wanted to make an effort for the environment.
On Friday 01/09, CSD team member Hau Trung Dang successfully defended his PhD thesis titled "Simulation of fracture slip and propagation in hydraulic stimulation of geothermal reservoirs".
What did the surface of Earth look like more than three billion years ago? What kinds of microbes lived there and when did they start producing oxygen? And what was the temperature and composition of the ancient oceans and atmosphere? Big questions like these is what drew a group of 41 scientists to sunny Berlin last week, including our Associate professor Desiree Roerdink.
UiB's UNESCO Chair on Sustainable Heritage and Environmental Management - Nature and Culture was recently up for renewal, and four new years were granted on September 18. Professor Inger Elisabeth Måren (Department of Biological Sciences) continues as the chair holder.
Did you miss this seminar, where member of the Energy Commission, Liv Monica Stubholt, presented some of the central element in the commission's report? Watch it here!
A beautiful new film by the Tara Ocean Foundation showcasing researchers from both Tara and the Michael Sars Centre sharing their knowledge and scientific practice during the EMBL TREC expedition stopover in Bergen. (French with English subtitles)
Værmeldinger har alltid vært viktige for planlegging av skipsfart. I masteroppgaven sin har Fredrik Åhgren Sørum laget en ny modell som skal hjelpe å minimere drivstoffbruk for skip som leverer offshore-utstyr fra Mongstad.
On 15 November, the University of Bergen will kickstart LEAD AI, a program for training future leaders in artificial intelligence. The event is meant to be a first get-to-know-each-other meeting for representatives from the participating UiB entities and partners.
Guest researcher and former postdoctoral fellow at the Michael Sars Centre, James Gahan, will use his European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant to establish his own research group at the University of Galway, Ireland.
Did you miss Gerard A Virgili's presentation on optimizing energy supply of a Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS) to reduce the carbon footprint? Watch the presentation here!