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On this website we have collected research news and some In media coverage articles where employees at CEED has contributed in interviews, in the public debatte or similar. The list is not complete.
Femten universiteter og høyskoler får penger til å opprette utdanningstilbud som er tilgjengelige også utenfor campus. Det skal gjøre det enklere for flere å få kompetansepåfyll uavhengig av arbeidssituasjon og bosted.
Professor Clint Conrad of the Dept. of Geosciences, University of Oslo and CEED has been awarded the Evguene Burov Medal by the International Lithosphere Program.
With the shift to an online EGU (Sharing Geoscience Online 4-8th May 2020), CEED members are still keen to present their research and fruit of their collaborations. Below, organized by day are the abstracts/sessions that we are involved in either as authors or convenors.
Maaike Weerdesteijn is back from a trip to King George Island in Antarctica for a side project on atmospheric and snow impurities. Read more over on the CEED Blog!
Article on the blog of the Geodynamics (GD) Division of the European Geosciences Union (EGU), 25 March 2020.
CEED Director Prof. Carmen Gaina has worked with colleagues to reveal how Africa is being carved from below with a new paper in Nature Communications.
Read more about this exciting study over on the CEED Blog!
Historiske kilder beskriver kulde og tåke over Europa, Midt-Østen, deler av Asia. De norrøne sagaene forteller om Fimbulvinteren (den mektige vinteren) og at Fenrisulven hadde slukt sola. Hva skjedde året 536? Det tverrfaglige UiO-forskerteamet i VIKINGS vil finne ut om det kjølige klimaet gav uro, folkevandring og vikingtokt. Les mer i A-magasinet.
Sara Callegaro is granted a "Young Research Talents" project from NFR (the Research Council of Norway). The research project title is MAPLES: Magma Plays with Sedimentary Rocks - Element exchange between magma, sedimentary host-rocks and environment.
Leaving today, 6th of December, Adriano Mazzini a researcher from GEO/CEED/UIO will be part of the 35th Italian expedition to the Dry Valleys of Antartica. Permafrost in the Dry Valleys store huge amounts of greenhouse gasses.