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Cecilie Sørensen a MSc student of the Museum presents her research on the nudibranch genus Polycera
Exploring the sea slug diversity from the southern counties of Norway
Dr Nina Mikkelsen will lead during the next two years a project on the diversity and taxonomy of Norwegian chitons based at the Natural History Museum
Exploring the unique diversity of the tropical NW Pacific Ocean
Advanced course on Molluscs co-organized by the Natural History Museum
Asilomar, California, August 2019
Trond Oskars concluded his PhD with a great piece of work (April, the 1st 2019)
Welcome to Trond Oskars PhD Defence Monday, 1st April, at 10.15am, Vil Vite Auditorium, Thormøhlens gt. 51
News species of Antarctic molluscs and a new classification of Caudofoveata
Thirty-six species of sea slugs collected during a 5-days fieldtrip to Egersund (Rogaland, Norway)
Joint collaboration between Harvard University and the Natural History Museum to study the tree of life of Cephalaspidea gastropods
Untangling the nudibranch species complex Jorunna tomentosa with a study on the diversity of sea slugs in Hordaland
The polymorphic nudibranch Polycera quadrilineata: one or more than one species?
Sea slugs of southern Norway kicks off with a field trip to Drøbak, Oslo fjord
Cessa Rauch concluded her PhD on sea slugs kleptoplasty in April 2018 at the University of Dusseldorf and has now joined the research team of our Norwegian sea slug project
Justine Siegwald will study deep sea diversity and speciation at the University Museum during the next 4-years

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