Enhancing recovery rates with polymer
Norwegian oil-fueled welfare might be extended for many years to come by the use of very long water-soluble polymers. However, polymers are prone to succumb to several stresses at the same time as having uncertain environmental effects.
UiS is one of the universities who won the program UTFORSK 2017 after evaluation of 48 applications.
New thesis on drilling technology
Milad Khatibi defended his doctorate on 14 November. His PhD thesis sheds new light on particle transportation in petroleum wells.
Tough competition to represent UiS in the world’s largest petroleum competition for students.
Brazilian – Norwegian collaboration
University of Stavanger (UiS) is working with partners in Brazil to further develop education in the area of environmental science and technology. Their overall goal is to increase student mobility between the two countries and establish a joint Summer school in Brazil.
Selected for Petroleum Geoscience Collection
UiS PhD graduate Charlotte Botter’s paper has been selected as one of the 10 best Petroleum Geoscience papers.
Teaching molecular biology in virtual reality
Professor Lutz Eichacker took centre stage at the EdTech conference this week, demonstrating his project of using VR technology to take students inside molecules.
Free seminar on ocean preservation: "No Blue, No Green"
Dr. Sylvia Earle pioneered as a woman ocean scientist, studying marine life and even living underwater for two weeks. On October 4 she is keynote speaker at a free seminar at UiS.