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  • lasi-article-507px The LASI6 Conference – The physical geology of subvolcanic systems: laccoliths, sills and dykes 4. nov. 2019

    The 25-29 of November 2019 is the time for the sixth conference and workshop in the LASI network. Olivier Galland from GEO-PGP and The Njord Centre is the main organiser of the conference, which gather geoscientists from all the world. Venue is Malargüe in Argentina.

  • ola-rabbel-mal-geo-scala-format-ppt-foto Ole Rabbel wins second place in MN-faculty photo competition 1. nov. 2019

    In a photo competition on PhD-day, hosted by The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences and the Science Library on October 18, Njord's Ole Rabbel won 2. place for his picture of a fieldtrip to Svalbard.

  • porelab Dust bunnies in space! 18. okt. 2019

    Together with the astronomer Jane X. Luu, Njord and PoreLab UiO professors Eirik Grude Flekkøy and Renaud Toussaint, may have identified the solar system's largest dust bunny.

  • matteo Matteo Demurtas receives travel grant 10. sep. 2019

    The Kristine Bonnevie travel stipend is awarded to excellent young PhD students, postdoctoral fellows and researchers to encourage international mobility.

  • porous-rocks2 Five new researchers at Njord 6. sep. 2019

    This fall Njord welcomes associate professor Luca Menegon, post doctoral fellow Fabian Barras, and doctoral research fellows Joachim Falck Brodin, Zakarias Laberg and Vidar Skogvoll.

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  • loicas_slider3_final-e1515149757179-1010x420-507px LASI VI: Malargüe - Conference on The physical geology of subvolcanic systems 25. nov. 2019 00:00

    The LASI VI Workshop and conference will be held in Malargüe, Mendoza Province, Argentina, 25-26 November 2019. The theme for this years conference is “The physical geology of subvolcanic systems: laccoliths, sills and dykes”.

  • prometheus Workshop on primary migration in organic-rich shales 29. nov. 2019 10:00

    This workshop brings together scientists who work on maturation and deformation processes in shales. It is funded through the project "Prometheus" in the framework of the program Petromaks 2 of the Norwegian Research Council.

    This is a closed event