News, Events, Outreach

News, Events, Outreach

New PhD course in MEDICAL GEOBIOLOGY: Evolutionary processes affecting health

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19-23 August 2024 at the University of Copenhagen

Medical Geobiology examines the evolutionary interplay between life forms, their environments, and the pressures that shape them both. It integrates principles from medical microbiology, evolutionary biology, biophysics, tumor biology, and geology, crafting a holistic view of health that transcends the boundaries traditionally set by these areas. This approach not only helps us understand present conditions but also, crucially, allows us to predict future health scenarios. Our course, “Evolutionary Processes Affecting Health – Medical Geobiology,” is designed to train the next generation of scientists in these comprehensive, integrative techniques.

https://www.evolutionary-geobiology.com/medicalgeobiologycourse

Click here for the official course page

Lab News!

Congratulation to Karla for her successful PhD defense! Thesis: An anthropogenic archive of plastic pollution in Greenland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to Milena for her successful MSc defense! Thesis: Testing isotope proxies for the reconstruction of coral reef response to ancient climate

Upcoming talks and events on our research…

Education Outreach…

Junior Geologerne

We were honored to contribute to this resource for educators in Denmark to strengthen their student´s knowledge of the geological sciences. Includes ready-to-go lectures, inspiration for field trips and short exercises, and inspiration to students interested in pursuing higher education in the geosciences. (Danish language)
https://junior-geologerne.dk/

Funded by Nordea Fonden. Project leader Camilla S. Andresen

 

 

In the News…

Biogeochemical cycling in the “Plastisphere”

La Presse: La vie dans la plastique marin, March 2022 (in French)

Danmarks Naturfredningsforening, Aug 2018 (in Danish)

SDU.dk (in Danish)

TV2Fyn (in Danish)

Plastindustrien (in Danish)

Plastfokus (in Danish)

DR (in Danish)

Radio VLR (in Danish)

The microbial role in the deposition of Banded iron formations

scinexx.de Das Wissensmagazin (in German)

Springer (in German)