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Photo taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Perseverance in the Jezero crater, April 17. The rover is searching for signs of life, but will also collect minerals and dust that will be examined when they are transported back to Earth. Photo: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU/MSSS
Published May 10, 2022 10:50 AM

A collection of minerals and mineral descriptions – The Planetary Terrestrial Analogues Library (PTAL) will help scientists understand the surface of Mars. The resource is now ready for ESA's next Mars rover mission (probably postponed until 2028), and is physically located at UiO. The PTAL project is led by Professor Stephanie Werner, who was recently interviewed by

The Annual report 2021 front cover of 2021. Design/figure by Grace Shephard and Trond Helge Torsvik, CEED
Published May 2, 2022 2:32 PM

CEED conduct research on fundamental issues for understanding of the Earth; from tectonics, climate, volcanoes, the moon to modeling. Read more about our research and activities in our latest annual report for 2021.

Mathew Domeier. Photo: Private
Published Mar. 17, 2022 3:51 PM

We are so proud to announce that Mathew Domeier was awarded a European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant! Congratulations also to fellow department winner Trude Storelvmo! Mat's project – EPIC: Untangling Ediacaran Paleomagnetism to Contextualize Immense Global Change.

Illustrasjon: DART sonden NASA Bilde: NASA/Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab
Published Nov. 24, 2021 10:03 AM

Små asteroider treffer Jorda hver dag og brenner opp. Men hva med de virkelig store asteroidene? NASA og ESA skal nå teste ut å endre kursen til en for oss ufarlig asteroide ved hjelp av en kollisjon. Kommentar fra prof. Stephanie Werner, CEED til

Screenshot: Mt Fagradalsfjell eruption on Iceland: Introduction and welcome at the webinar, June 2021.
Published Aug. 5, 2021 3:04 PM

The Mt. Fagradalsfjall on Iceland erupted in March 2021 and the eruption is still active. In June it was organised a webinar where volcanic, tectonic, and seismic experts gave a picture of the eruption. Watch the recorded webinar on YouTube