Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

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Parasitic flatworms undergo drastic changes throughout their life cycle, including a rewiring of their nervous systems. A new paper explores the molecular mechanisms underlying this remarkable feature.
Welcome to the digital and free SDG Conference in Bergen 2024! The theme is Take a look at the programme and register today.
2023 has been an eventful year for the UNESCO Chair group at the University of Bergen. This year we have graduated three MSc students and one PhD student, started two new projects, taught sustainability science, held many presentations, and not least been part of arranging Norway’s first Biosphere Day in Nordhordland.
On the 15th of December 2023, PhD candidate Ronja Göhde successfully defended her thesis titled: “Secretory vesicle protein homologues in choanoflagellates”.
The recently published paper presents a general methodology to compute fluid phase equilibria, with persistent unknowns and general state definitions. It represents a major step towards consistent compositional flow simulation under local equilibrium assumptions.
On December 5th, CeSAM and the UNESCO chair group organized a workshop for students and early career researchers - tying in with IPBES (Naturpanelet) holding a meeting in Bergen in the same week.
Did you miss Thomas Herzfelder Hansens presentation investigating the impact on engineering, manufacturing, commissioning, and farm-farm interaction due to the ongoing race for bigger turbines? Watch it here!