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Norwegian CCS (CO2 capture, transport and storage) Research Centre (NCCS)

Norwegian CCS (CO2 capture, transport and storage) Research Centre (NCCS) UNIS is a partner in NCCS, an international research cooperation on CO2 capture, transport and storage (CCS), led by Sintef. Through research and innovation on cost-efficient and reliable CO2 management, the Centre contributes to faster CCS deployment. Research activities are carried out in close collaboration between research groups, […]

Landscape & infrastructure dynamics of frozen environments undergoing climate change in Canada, Norway and Svalbard (FROZEN CANOES)

Landscape & infrastructure dynamics of frozen environments undergoing climate change in Canada, Norway and Svalbard (FROZEN CANOES) Funded by the Norwegian Research Council and the Centre for Internationalization of University Studies in Norway. Led by Norwegian University of Science and Technology. https://www.ntnu.edu/ibm/frozen-canoes

bioCEED – Centre for Excellence in Biology Education

bioCEED – Centre for Excellence in Biology Education bioCEED develops biology educations that fill future needs in science and society.  This is achieved by connecting scientific knowledge, practical skills and societal applications throughout the biology education, and by bringing the strengths of the research culture into the educational practice. The goal is that the programs […]

The Nansen Legacy (2018-2023)

The Nansen Legacy (2018-2023) The Nansen Legacy is the Norwegian Arctic research community’s joint effort to establish a holistic understanding of a changing marine Arctic climate and ecosystem, including scientists from ten research institutions. The UNIS Arctic Biology department’s main delivery into the project is to elucidate the diversity and ecosystem functions of unicellular eukaryotes […]

The Isfjorden Adventfjorden (IsA) time series station (2011-)

The Isfjorden Adventfjorden (IsA) time series station (2011-) The UNIS IsA time series station is located in the mouth of Adventfjorden and is affected by the inflow from Isfjorden. It is thus an excellent Arctic model system for studying seasonality, interannual variation and the effects of a warming ocean climate. “Atlantification”, increased inflow of “warm” […]