Unpacking a secret of photosynthesis
Researchers at Centre for Organelle Research (CORE) have brought us one step closer to solving the fundamental question of how plants build the photosynthetic machinery.
CORE Research Seminar: Graphene, advancing opportunities
Please join us for an exciting lecture on about “Graphene, advancing opportunities” by David A. Boyd from California Institute of Technology (CalTech).
Hagland to lead new health technology network
CORE leader, Hanne Røland Hagland, starts position as the leader of the newly formed Network for Health / Health Technology in February 2018.
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.
Good chemistry between local industry and university students
BE chemistry in Stavanger, the first annual biological and environmental chemistry career day, was held on Tuesday, March 21st, 2017.
Modeling the diversion of plant primary carbon flux into second metabolism at low nitrate concentrations
On May 8th Peter Ruoff, professor, gave a seminar on “Modeling the diversion of plant primary carbon flux into second metabolism at low nitrate concentrations".
Synthetic biology: building controller motifs to manipulate copper tolerance and homeostasis in yeast
On June 5th, 2015, PhD-student Kristian Thorsen gave a CORE Research Seminar with the title "Synthetic biology: building controller motifs to manipulate copper tolerance and homeostasis in yeast".
PhD defense about nitrate's influence on plant primary and secondary metabolism
On Thursday 12th of March 2015, Dugassa Nemie-Feyissa successfully defended his PhD-thesis "From primary to secondary metabolism – influence of nitrate and light/dark conditions".