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  • Vil bli midtpunkt for norsk kinasamarbeid Feb. 26, 2021 8:22 AM
    Københavns universitet trekte seg ut. No opnar Fudan-universitetet senter i Oslo. - Vi er ikkje naive, seier rektor Svein Stølen, Universitetet i Oslo.
  • Er ministeren utsatt for et narrespill? Feb. 26, 2021 7:37 AM
    I GD nylig gikk biolog Morten Kraabøl til personangrep på meg, og også alle oss andre som vil ha tilbake settefisk av Hunderørret. Han er tydelig forbannet fordi vi ikke bøyer oss for Statsforvalteren (SF) i Innlandet.

Research news

  • research-council-of-norway-rcn Several new projects awarded to CEES researchers by the Research Council of Norway (RCN) Dec. 16, 2020

    The application results for the RCN calls for "Researcher Project for Scientific Renewal" and "Collaborative Project to meet Societal and Industry-related Challenges" have been announced. CEES had a high success rate. Congratulations to all, we are proud of you and extremely happy that CEES had so many successful applications this year.

  • voje660 ERC grant for Kjetil Lysne Voje Sep. 3, 2020

    Kjetil Lysne Voje has been awarded 1.5 million Euros in research grants from the European Research Council (ERC). He will take a closer look at how changes in the evolution of species occur over time.



  • durant_2020_-haddock_fig1 Cod-Haddock 2-1 in Barents Sea Aug. 10, 2020

    In the Boreal-Arctic seas, the two most abundant gadoid fish are the Atlantic cod ( Gadus morhua) and the haddock ( Melanogrammus aeglefinus). Both tend to respond to climate warming by an abundance increase and a change of distribution. Are these changes affecting how they are interacting? Statistical analysis using a state-space threshold model of acoustic and trawl survey data on cod and haddock abundance indicates that the interaction is changing with sea temperature: the cod negatively affecting the haddock when sea temperature is over 4 °C.

Vacancies at IBV, including CEES

A centre of excellence in Norway 2007–2017

CEES continues as a centre and section at the Department of Biosciences beyond 2017.