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22-10-2018
In a new PNAS paper, researchers find that vitamin B1 or B1 precursors are critical for bacterioplankton growth - Ryan Paerl, Lasse Riemann

28-09-2018
3D bioprinting of living structures with built-in chemical sensors - Erik Trampe, Michael Kühl

20-08-2018
Blood pressure in the Greenland shark as estimated from ventral aortic elasticity. Published in Journal of Experimental Biology.

04-06-2018
A cell-wall in glass supports photosynthesis of microalgae - Michael Kühl

02-05-2018
How does it look at the bottom of Øresund - New 360 Deg UW Video from Disken - at 10 meters depth. Use the cursor to move around in the image.

18-04-2018
Geleplankton på menuen hos små ålelarver - Lasse Riemann

10-02-2018
Forunderlige søstjerner lyser op i Arktis mørke dyb. Anders Garm - videnskab.dk

07-02-2018
Starfish See Pretty Well in the Deep Ocean. By the Way, Starfish Have Eyes. Anders Garm - The New York Times

07-02-2018
Starfish Can See You … with Their Arm-Eyes. Anders Garm - Live Science

06-02-2018
Starfish in the Deep Sea Can See. Anders Garm - The Scientist

30-01-2018
Koralrev bliver syge af plastik. Kasper Elgetti Brodersen - DR.dk

29-01-2018
It is a pleasure to announce the next course on Microsensor Analysis in the Environmental Sciences

25-01-2018
Koralrev i kæmpe havområde er fyldt med 11 milliarder stykker plastik. Anders Garm - Politiken

23-01-2018
Greenland shark may be the longest living vertebrate at 512 years old (Video)

15-12-2017
Washington Post - Calm down, scientists didn't discover a 512-year-old shark. (It's probably like 400, tops.)

08-12-2017
NewsWeek - Greenland Shark Is Oldest Living Vertebrate and Could Be 512 Years Old, Study Finds

04-12-2017
Tropiske havgræsser manipulerer sedimenters frigørelse af jern og fosfat

25-11-2017
The New Yorker - The Strange and Gruesome Story of the Greenland Shark, the Longest-Living Vertebrate on Earth