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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.
The 2019 Ada Lovelace Workshop included 10 CEED members (about 10% of participants and 25% of the keynote speakers!). Some highlights of the workshop below.
Researchers from CEED are travelling with a film team around Norway to unravel the opening and closure of ocean basins (the Wilson Cycle). They will make a series of short videos where each episode is one stage of the Wilson Cycle - watch this space.
We have recently hired six new Young Scientists to CEED. The competition was strong, and we received on the average around 50 applications per advertisement. All positions ended up being offered to females. Here is the addition of bright young scientist at CEED this Autumn semester, welcome to them all!
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Do you have an upcoming publication and would like to extend its reach through a press release? Maybe your university doesn’t have a media office able to help, you are short on time, and/or don’t know where to start. Don’t fret, this week Grace Shephard (Researcher at CEED, University of Oslo) shares some tips for writing your own press release and includes a handy template for download. She also spoke to experts from the EGU and AGU press offices on writing a pitch to the media.
The object of Academia Europaea is the advancement and propagation of excellence in scholarship in the humanities, law, the economic, social, and political sciences, mathematics, medicine, and all branches of natural and technological sciences anywhere in the world for the public benefit and for the advancement of the education of the public of all ages. The aim of the Academy is to promote European research, advise governments and international organisations in scientific matters, and further interdisciplinary and international research.
The expedition in the international scientific educational programme Class@Baikal / Floating University was finished successfully the 10th of July. The class got attention from the Russian Television, also with short interview with CEEDs Adriano Mazzini, leader of the Norwegian effort in the expedition and the HOTMUD project.
The successful Apollo programme, including six manned landing missions, provided revolutionary new insights into the processes that led to the formation and early evolution of the Moon, Earth and other terrestrial planets. The Mineralogical-Geological Museum at the University of Oslo (now part of NHM) contributed to the Apollo program by training Harrison Schmitt, the only Apollo astronaut with a geological education, in 1957-1958.
Scientists at CEED, University of Oslo (Dougal Jerram), and the University of Aberdeen (John Howell), have teamed up to produce the first 3D thermal model of Stromboli volcano.
On May 29, 2006, hot mud and gas began spurting from a rice field near a gas exploration well in East Java. More than a decade later, the Lusi mud flow continues on the Indonesian island.
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Den 20. juli 1969 landet Eagle-fartøyet fra Apollo-11 i 'Stillhetens hav' på Månen. Steinprøvene de tok med tilbake til Jorda gav helt ny kunnskap om dannelsen av Jorda, Månen og mye mer.
The AGU Chapman conference on "Large-scale Volcanism in the Arctic: The Role of the Mantle and Tectonics" will be held in Selfoss, Iceland from 13-18 October 2019. The conference is also part of the NOR-R-AM project led by Carmen Gaina, CEED.
The Earth’s oceans are gradually leaking into the interior of the planet. That’s according to new research by Norwegian scientists, that the Earth’s water is slowly draining into the planet’s crust — though nowhere near fast enough to cancel out the sea level rises we’re currently experiencing because of climate change.