Doctoral presentations of current interest, where the thesis is available in Munin:

31 Jan 2020: Terje Bektesevic Holmlund

Modeling remotely collected speech data: Applications for psychiatry

21 Feb 2020: Kanako Uzawa

"Crafting Our Future Together": Urban Diasporic Indigeneity from an Ainu Perspective in Japan

28 Feb 2020: Lisbet Rønningsbakk

Når didaktikken møter de digitalt innfødte. Teknologistøttet læringsarbeid i skolen i lys av tradisjonell og nyskapende undervisningspraksis.

  • Soil protist diversity in the Swiss western Alps is better predicted by topo-climatic than by edaphic variables 

    Seppey, Christophe Victor W.; Broennimann, Olivier; Buri, Aline; Yashiro, Erika; Pinto-Figueroa, Eric; Singer, David; Blandenier, Quentin; Mitchell, Edward A.D.; Niculita-Hirzel, Helene; Guisan, Antoine; Lara, Enrique (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-11-01)
    <i>Aim</i> - Trends in spatial patterns of diversity in macroscopic organisms can be well predicted from correlative models, using topo‐climatic variables for plants and animals allowing inference over large scales. By contrast, diversity in soil microorganisms is generally considered as mostly driven by edaphic variables and, therefore, difficult to extrapolate on a large spatial scale based on ...
  • A highly asymmetric gold(III) η3‐allyl complex 

    Holmsen, Marte Sofie; Nova, Ainara; Øien-Ødegaard, Sigurd; Heyn, Richard H.; Tilset, Mats (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-11-11)
    A highly asymmetric Au<sup>III</sup> η<sup>3</sup>‐allyl complex has been generated by treating Au(η<sup>1</sup>‐allyl)Br(tpy) (tpy=2‐(<i>p</i>‐tolyl)pyridine) with AgNTf<sub>2</sub>. The resulting η<sup>3</sup>‐allyl complex has been characterized by NMR spectroscopy and X‐ray crystallography. DFT calculations and variable temperature <sup>1</sup>H NMR suggest that the allyl ligand is highly fluxional.
  • How can task shifting put patient safety at risk? A qualitative study of experiences among general practitioners in Norway 

    Malterud, Kirsti; Aamland, Aase; Fosse, Anette (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-01-23)
    <i>Objective</i>: To describe experiences among general practitioners (GPs) in Norway regarding horizontal task shifting experiences associated with adverse events that potentially put patient safety at risk.<p> <p><i>Design and contributors</i>: We conducted a qualitative study with data from a retrospective convenience sample of consecutive, already posted comments in a restricted Facebook group ...
  • Progress, traditions and future directions in research on disasters involving slow-onset hazards 

    Staupe-Delgado, Reidar (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-10-07)
    <i>Purpose</i> - The importance of onset speed has been stressed by disaster researchers and inter-governmental bodies for some time, but its meaning and knowledge frontier has not been explored in depth. The purpose of this paper is to contextualise disasters involving slow-onset hazards within the broader literature on disasters, assess the current state of knowledge and identify themes in the ...
  • Methanol-based acetoin production by genetically engineered Bacillus methanolicus 

    Drejer, Eivind Bøe; Chan, Dennis; Haupka, Carsten; Wendisch, Volker F.; Brautaset, Trygve; Irla, Marta Katarzyna (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-12-10)
    Methanol is an attractive alternative non-food feedstock for industrial fermentations that can be used instead of sugar-based raw materials. Here, the thermophilic and methylotrophic bacterium <i>Bacillus methanolicus</i> MGA3 was metabolically engineered to produce the platform chemical (<i>R</i>)-acetoin from methanol at 50 °C. Three different heterologous <i>alsSD/budAB</i> operons, each encoding ...

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