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Dekan Morten Dæhlen presenterer MN-fakultetets nye strategi

– Vi er allerede gode og skal bli enda bedre!

Det har tatt halvannet år å utvikle den nye strategien som skal stake ut den fremtidige kursen for UiOs matematisk-naturvitenskapelige fakultet. Målet er blant annet å markere seg enda sterkere blant de beste universitetene i Europa.

Else-Ragnhild Neumann

Et forskerliv i stein og vulkaner

Hun ble Norges første kvinnelige professor i geologi og er ikke minst kjent for sine funn om det vulkanske Oslofeltet. På hennes 80-årsdag, 7. desember, deles den første prisen ut i Else-Ragnhild Neumanns navn.

The strange genetics of the fish that never grows up

The world's smallest fish lives like a larvae throughout its whole life. It thrives in peat swamp forest waters that are as acidic as Coke, with the same colour as tea. But the really strange discovery is that the "baby carp" has a genome lacking a lot of important bits.

Anne Hope Jahren, Bill Hagopian, Jahren Lab

Preparing spruce for climate changes

Living spruce and fossilized bits of wood from Viking burial sites hide a number of secrets. They can be crucial in research on climate change.

Adult male Bale monkey feeding on young highland bamboo shoot.

Bamboo-eating Bale monkeys could still be saved from extinction

The Ethiopian Bale monkey looks like the recipe for an endangered animal species: They prefer to eat only one kind of bamboo, their forest habitats are shrinking, and local farmers kill monkeys trying to find food on cultivated fields. But the monkeys could still be saved, says Addisu Mekonnen.