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Bacterial growth control in marine environments : from experimental approaches to comparative analyses
(The University of Bergen, 2010-12-14)
To understand (1) the role of heterotrophic bacteria in the biogeochemical cycles, (2) the fate of the organic carbon and mineral nutrients, and (3) the flow of energy to higher trophic levels, we need to understand how ...
Facies composition and scaling of extensional faults in sedimentary rocks and its applications to modelling of fault zones
(The University of Bergen, 2010-01-08)
Development of Tools for Analyzing and Sharing Proteomics Data
(The University of Bergen, 2010-03-22)
Auroral imaging as a tracer of global magnetospheric dynamics
(The University of Bergen, 2010-11-12)
Polarization-independent CP-violation in SUSY theories
(The University of Bergen, 2013-02-01)
Supersymmetry (SUSY) is a beautiful mathematical concept which binds internal symmetries of a quantum field theory with global symmetries of the space-time. Applications of this approach may stretch from unsolved puzzles ...
Sedation and slaughter of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar, L.) with carbon monoxide, and a possible regulatory role of neuroglobin
(The University of Bergen, 2012-10-05)
Until recently CO2 has been utilized as an anesthetic method before gill cutting of Norwegian Atlantic salmon farmed fish. From 1. July 2012 this is no longer permitted in Norway since it causes strong aversive reactions ...
L0/L1 trigger generation by the ALICE PHOS detector
(The University of Bergen, 2011-12-14)
Quark-Gluon Plasma (QGP) is a phase that exists above a critical temperature and corresponding energy density according to the theory of Quantum Chromo-Dynamics (QCD). The studies of the QGP help us to understand the ...
The Stability and Instability of Solitary Waves
(The University of Bergen, 2010-04-23)
Searching for the Higgs Boson in Pairs of Tau Leptons in Data from the ATLAS Experiment
(The University of Bergen, 2013-01-11)
One of the key questions in particle physics today, is the origin of the electroweak symmetry breaking. The answer to this question will most likely be solved with the data provided by the Large Hadron Collider which ...