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Category: 2016 – Week 25

Writing course – Week 25

Writing course   It will be new writing course in September 21th for researchers who want to write feature articles, blog posts and the popular science texts. All researchers at the University of Bergen, including candidates, are welcome to apply space on this course. Deadline August 31th: More information and  og registration form on the employee side (Norwegian)

Research – Week 25

BIO internal deadlines towards the RCN deadline:    September 7th   Jule 27: Expected call announcement August 8: Notify the department of your “intent to apply” – email: sjoukje.kuipers@uib.no August 10: Open and share your e-application with BIO’s administrator. Please use email address: synnøve.myhre@uib.no August 15-24: Preparation of your draft budget with BIO administration. Budgets must be prepared in accordance…

Upcoming events – Uke 25

Master exams  Imelda Riti Rantty: Delousing With Hydrogen Peroxide – Skin, Gill And Esophagus Responses And Repair In The First Three Weeks After Treatment Imelda Riti Rantty holds Monday June 27th the final presentation of her work in aquaculture biology Supervisor: Karin Pittman. Internal examiner: Mark Powell. External examiner: Geir Lasse Taranger, HI Time and place: Monday June…

New publication – Week 25

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Birks HJB, Felde VA, Seddon AWR (2016) Biodiversity trends within the Holocene. Holocene 26:994-1001 http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0959683615622568

 

Jorgensen SL, Zhao R (2016) Microbial Inventory of Deeply Buried Oceanic Crust from a Young Ridge Flank. Frontiers in Microbiology 7 http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2016.00820

 

Natlandsmyr B, Hjelle KL (2016) Long-term vegetation dynamics and land-use history: Providing a baseline for conservation strategies in protected Alnus glutinosa swamp woodlands. Forest Ecology and Management 372:78-92 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2016.03.049

 

Ommundsen A, Noever C, Glenner H (2016) Caught in the act: phenotypic consequences of a recent shift in feeding strategy of the shark barnacle Anelasma squalicola (Loven, 1844). Zoomorphology 135:51-65 http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00435-015-0296-1

 

 

 

 

 

Job opportunity – Week 25

 

Postdoctoral Research Scientist 

Virus Genomics and Ecology the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Science is seeking a qualified and highly motivated individual for a postdoctoral research scientist position to develop and employ a standardised high-throughput protocol for culture-indiepndent ‘Single Virus Genomics’. Applicants must have a Ph.D in environmental microbiology/virology, marine sciences, oceanography, or similar field.

The position will be initially a 1.5-year, with the possibility of extension contingent upon performance and funding.
The position has a expected start date of October 2016 or earlier.

For more information see the pdf file: Martinez Martinez_SVG_postdoc advert

 

 

 

 

Have you registered vacation days?

Are you ready to go?

Summer is soon upon us, and whether you are planning on spending all of it in sunny Bergen or making other arrangements, there is one thing you have to do right away: Register your vacation in PAGA. It is a requirement that everyone registers their holiday, and it is the general rule that all vacation days has to be taken within the year.

Not sure when you’ll be going? Register it anyway (you can change it later), and avoid running the risk of someone else deciding when you’re going on holiday. You will also be relieved from the stress of being followed up through emails and visits from the administration.

The deadline for registering the summer vacation has already passed, so please make it a priority.

Further information on how to register vacation can be found here.

If you have any questions regarding vacation or the registration of vacation I PAGAWEB, please contact your local HR professional at your department.