April 2020

New postdoc position announced

We are looking for a postdoc to strengthen the AGENSI research team and help develop new tools for reconstructing past Arctic sea ice. A PhD degree in biosciences, molecular biology, ecology, molecular ecology, earth sciences or relevant field is required. Experience with PCR and bioinformatic analysis of high-throughput DNA sequence data and statistics is required. Experience with (paleo-)ecology, paleoceanography and/or taxonomy would be an advantage. Apply here by 20 May… Read More »New postdoc position announced

Sediment cores arrive in Bergen

Late October 2019, a cruise with RV Kronprins Haakon led by J. Knies from the Centre of Arctic Gas Hydrate, Environment and Climate went out to the Fram Strait to collect sediment cores. Dag Inge Blindheim and PhD students Kristine Steinsland and Danielle Grant from the AGENSI team joined this cruise. And they collected sediment material to study during the AGENSI project. Danielle and Kristine blogged about their first experience with coring… Read More »Sediment cores arrive in Bergen