A crude awakening: why should we care about contaminated copepods?
Who hasn’t seen the oil covered seabirds and big-eyed otters in the news after massive oil spills like Exxon Valdez and Deepwater Horizon? The images represent how oil production can impact the marine environment and are visually powerful.
Role of silicon carbide (SiC) in silicon/ferro silicon (Si/FeSi) process
The demand for high quality silicon is rapidly increasing in the solar cell industry and for production of photovoltaic applications. To meet this demand, the industrial production of silicon must be made more effective.
PhD life abroad in the time of Corona
How is it to be a PhD student at NTNU, working abroad during the corona situation? Carine Lausselet describes her new work days from home in Australia, month by month. Who am I? I am Carine Lausselet from Switzerland. I started my PhD in the…
PhD life in the time of Corona
How is it to be a PhD student at NTNU during the corona situation? Cristina Maria Iordan describes her new work days from home, since the university campus closed. Who am I? My name is Cristina Maria Iordan and I am originally from Bucharest, Romania,…
Will fish survive rising and more extreme temperatures?
Climate change is increasing average and extreme temperatures globally. In order to predict how fish might be impacted, we first need to understand fundamental aspects of their thermal biology.
PhD Perks, Wild Bears, and Arctic Adventure
As a PhD Candidate, I love my job. In Norway, we are well-paid, have research money, and generally are spoiled compared to our colleagues in other corners of the world. I am also the first to admit that the PhD process can get old sometimes, even with action packed field-work rich geology research like my own.