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UiO, Campus Blindern Blindernveien 31 Entr. Moltke Moes vei
This will be Stenseth's third two-year term as Vice President/President
Team lead by Kjetill Jakobsen to explore the evolutionary and physiological underpinnings of the Atlantic cod's unique immune system.
The group is to prepare the Norwegian Research Council's new plan for climate research.
Nils Chr. Stenseth spoke at the research politics seminar 'Research for the Future – Parliamentary Elections 2013'
Funding to support her research into the effects of stream flow dynamics on the white-throated dipper, Norway's national bird.
40 million Norwegian kroner over the next four years to go to the 'Aqua Genome' project.
Publication from American Naturalist covered in 11 October edition.
Former Darwin Day lecturer and Marie Curie early stage researcher at CEES, is now an Assistant Professor at Berkeley.
The French researcher Gimenez, with a background in biostatistics, replaces David R. Brillinger
The CEES Chair received the award at the opening of the Norwegian Science Week
Award to be presented at Academia Europaea Annual Conference in Bergen
11 August edition covers his article in Ecology and Evolution
'Why does the immune system of Atlantic cod lack MHC II?' is the cover article for the August issue.
Award-winning neurobiologist, Cori Bargmann and renowned science writer, Carl Zimmer to speak in Oslo this week.
Professor Magurran of University of St. Andrews to receive honorary doctorate from University of Bergen.
NorMER, Professor Asbjørn Vøllestad, and Professor Nils Chr. Stenseth all profiled the July issue.
Nils Chr. Stenseth and Barbara Bramanti move to final round in the European Researh Council Advanced Grant Competition.