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Upcoming thesis defence on June 8, 2020: Unlocking Microalgal Treasures - Utilization of palm oil mill effluent as growth medium for the production of value-added microalgal compounds
Posted on:28 May 2020

Monday 8 June, upcoming thesis defence: Unlocking Microalgal Treasures - Utilization of palm oil mill effluent as growth medium for the production of value-added microalgal compounds, M.M. Azimatun Nur

Research into higher efficiency wind turbine at low wind speed
Posted on:20 May 2020

Ocean Ecosystems news: Research into higher efficiency wind turbine at low wind speed

European Patent further accelerates wind energy research at the UG
Posted on:09 March 2020

Ocean Ecosystems news: European Patent further accelerates wind energy research at the UG

Minimal influence of reduced Arctic sea ice on coincident cold winters in mid-latitudes
Posted on:13 August 2019

Article honorary professor Richard Bintanja in Nature Climate Change - Minimal influence of reduced Arctic sea ice on coincident cold winters in mid-latitudes

Upcoming thesis defence on May 24, 2019: North Sea seaweeds: DIP and DIN uptake kinetics and management strategies
Posted on:09 May 2019

Friday 24 May, upcoming thesis defence: North Sea seaweeds: DIP and DIN uptake kinetics and management strategies, Alexander Lubsch

From paperclip to patent
Posted on:24 April 2019

Eize Stamhuis: From paperclip to patent

ESRIG symposium | April 18, 2019
Posted on:21 March 2019

ESRIG symposium 2019 | Farwell speech Dr. Peter Weesie.

Upcoming thesis defence on December 10, 2018: The Organic Ties of Iron, or the origin and fate of Fe-binding organic ligands
Posted on:16 November 2018

Monday 10 December, upcoming thesis defence: The Organic Ties of Iron, or the origin and fate of Fe-binding organic ligands, Hans Slagter

The impact of Arctic warming on increased rainfall
Posted on:30 October 2018

Article honorary professor Richard Bintanja in Nature Scientific Reports - The impact of Arctic warming on increased rainfall

Drier soil leads to more extreme heat waves
Posted on:20 March 2018

Article honorary professor Richard Bintanja in Nature Climate Change - Future equivalent of 2010 Russian heatwave intensified by weakening soil moisture constraints

Inaugural lecture Prof. Dr. Richard Bintanja on 6 February 2018
Posted on:15 January 2018

Inaugural lecture "Het Arctische gebied - een donkere toekomst?" Prof. Dr. Richard Bintanja on 6 February 2018

Marine life changes as a result of melting Antarctic ice
Posted on:23 November 2017

South Pole researcher is awarded PhD on Antarctica Day.

Upcoming thesis defense: To diversity and beyond?
Posted on:16 November 2017

Friday 1 December, upcoming thesis defense: To diversity and beyond: Shifting Antarctic microbial communities along environmental gradients, Patrick Rozema

Ocean Ecosystems mini symposium: Advances in Marine Polar Sciences
Posted on:16 November 2017

Thursday 30 November, Ocean Ecosystems mini symposium: Advances in Marine Polar Sciences

Upcoming thesis defense: Should I stay or should I go?
Posted on:20 April 2017

Upcoming thesis defense: Should I stay or should I go? Do geese gain health benefits by migrating to the Arctic?, Cecilia Sandström

Strong warming leads to increases in Arctic rainfall
Posted on:13 March 2017

Article honorary professor Richard Bintanja in Nature Climate Change - Towards a rain-dominated Arctic

Upcoming thesis defense: Wandering whales
Posted on:16 February 2017

Upcoming thesis defense: Wandering whales? Relationships between baleen whales and the sea ice environment in the Southern Ocean, Bas Beekmans

Book about fifty years of Dutch polar research
Posted on:01 March 2016

Book about fifty years of Dutch polar research

Inaugural lecture and mini-symposium Prof. Dr. Klaas Timmermans
Posted on:10 November 2015

Inaugural lecture and mini-symposium Prof. Dr. Klaas Timmermans on 10 November 2015

Noctiluca scintillans (sea sparkle or zeevonk)
Posted on:04 August 2015

Marine biologist Karin de Boer about the Noctiluca scintillans (sea sparkle or zeevonk)

IMAKA lecture prof.dr. Anita Buma: Effects of climate change on the polar seas
Posted on:24 March 2015

IMAKA lecture prof.dr. Anita Buma: Effects of climate change on the polar seas

New brochure master program Marine Biology
Posted on:14 January 2015

New brochure master program Marine Biology

Klaas Timmermans appointed Professor of Marine Plant Biomass
Posted on:01 September 2014

Klaas R. Timmermans has been appointed Professor of Marine Plant Biomass at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences by 1 September 2014.