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  • sak A student driven start-up project July 3, 2017 10:51 AM

    A three-month internship in a startup company is a compulsory part of the master program in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. However, students do not necessarily work in someone else’s startup, some work in their own startup. Nordic Lynx and L-CK AS, two companies that were founded by master's students during their first semester, have just finished a three months intensive program in the incubator StartupLab.

  • interpretations Two former geostudents first authors of articles in "Interpretation" June 30, 2017 1:41 PM

    Sigurd Kjoberg and Syahreza Saidina Angkasa graduated from the master’s programme at Dept. of Geosciences in 2016. They are now first authors of articles in the scientific journal Interpretation, articles which are based on their master theses.

  • interpretations Two former geostudents first authors of articles in "Interpretation" June 29, 2017 7:39 PM

    Sigurd Kjoberg and Syahreza Saidina Angkasa graduated from the master’s programme at Dept. of Geosciences in 2016. Both are affiliation to CEED. They are now first authors of articles in the scientific journal Interpretation, articles which are based on their master theses.

  • hawaiian-bend-507 The mind-bending mystery of the Hawaiian-Emperor Bend June 28, 2017 9:39 PM

    The Hawaiian-Emperor volcanic island chain in the NW Pacific Ocean is well known for its peculiar 60° bend. This bend has been heavily debated for decades. Researchers from University of Oslo, GFZ Potsdam, and Utrecht University now definitely demonstrate that to form the observed bend requires an abrupt change in the motion of the Pacific tectonic plate, while southward drift of the mantle plume that has sourced the chain since ~80 Ma is required to explain its entire 2000 km length.