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Mark van der Giezen og Martin Watson. OBS: Ikke bruk i sosiale medier. Foto: Kjersti Riiber

UiS partner in new One Health project

The purpose of the new research project is to support advancement of Blastocystis research by bringi

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One Health – connecting human, animal, plant and environment health

Our planet faces many challenges that we can only tackle in an interdisciplinary manner.

Fjell og sjø

Sustainable cultivation of red seaweed

This Nordic country collaborative project aims to improve existing harvesting methods and establish

Sanocean

Marine Sewage Outfalls – Environmental Impact Evaluation (SANOCEAN) focusing on ocean research inclu

NorBra 2020 summer school project. GDPR: Daniela Pampanin har fått muntlig tillatelse fra alle deltakere til at UiS kan lagre og bruke dette bildet. Foto: Privat

One health, one world

How can we achieve better health for humans, animals, and the environment?

Lab activitiy_students at a lab connected to Ecotoxicology and environmental monitoring

Ecotoxicology and environmental monitoring

Our research mainly focuses on the development of biological markers using molecular biology techniq

Chemistry and Biological Science - PhD

Chemistry and Biological Science is a subfield within the doctoral programme in Science and Technolo

Blå rør

Department of Chemistry, Bioscience and Environmental Engineering

Department of Chemistry, Bioscience and Environmental Engineering is focused on research, innovation

Tre menn står i en korridor og smiler. From left to right: Dr. Tore Bjørn Grimstad, Unit of Gastroenterology, Department of Internal Medicine, SUS Prof. Mark van der Giezen, Teknat, UiS Prof. Emiel Janssen, department of pathology (SUS)

Funding for new research project on intestinal diseases

University of Stavanger (UiS) and Stavanger University Hospital (SUS) will work together to find sol

Regine Haugland. Foto: Kjersti Riiber

What's the role of bacteria in the gut of patients?

Could the bacteria in our guts help us improve cancer treatment?