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

22 May 2024: Kristine Cerbule

Use of biodegradable plastic materials in gillnet and longline fisheries

23 May 2024: Athanasios Kournoutis

ATG8s in the nucleus: Beyond the autophagy paradigm

24 May 2024: Elias Myrvoll Lorentzen

An investigation of BK Polyomavirus replication in tubular epithelial cells: New insights into kidney dissemination and neutralising antibodies

24 May 2024: Martin Jensen Mækelæ

The role of cognitive effort in decision-making and reasoning errors. Reasoning errors: Beyond insufficient effort - implicating the Locus Coeruleus - Norepinephrine system

27 May 2024: Sujay Deshpande

Sea Spray Icing Prediction: Integrating Experiments, Machine Learning, and Computational Fluid Dynamics

30 May 2024: Pietro Randine

Dia-Continua: An Information System for Type 1 Diabetes Consultation. (Interoperability, Privacy, and Information Quality on a FHIR-Based Information System for Type 1 Diabetes Consultations based on Patient-Generated Health Data)

31 May 2024: Magnus Sandvik Edvardsen

Plasma von Willebrand factor and risk of future venous thromboembolism

31 May 2024: Anna Obukhova

Svalbard through the prism of Russian media. A discourse and cognitive perspective

06 Jun 2024: Hymonti Dey

Antimicrobial activities and mechanisms of action of peptide analogues of marine origin

07 Jun 2024: Henrik Kiærbech

How Religion and Spirituality Impact Mental Health and Mental Help-Seeking Behavior in Arctic Norway: an Epidemiological Study Adopting the SAMINOR 2 Questionnaire Survey

10 Jun 2024: Kenneth Lindstedt

Human Gut Colonisation by the Klebsiella pneumoniae Species Complex: Detection, Duration, Dynamics, and Microbiota Associations

10 Jun 2024: Celine Sarah Marine Richard

Engineering novel bacterial biosensors for the characterization of membrane active natural products

11 Jun 2024: Henriette Michalsen

Encouraging participation in physical activity for individuals with intellectual disability: motivational factors, barriers, and mHealth applications

11 Jun 2024: Tilman Schmider

Life on Air: On the Physiological Basis of Atmospheric Methane Oxidizing Bacteria

14 Jun 2024: Nina Planting Mølmann

Finnmark mellom frigjøring og fred. Livsvilkår blant overvintrere fra 25. oktober 1944 til 8. mai 1945

20 Jun 2024: Kay-Martin Johnsen

Towards personalized medicine in ulcerative colitis. Long-term follow-up after biological treatment and prediction of clinical outcomes

  • The Ocean Senses Activity Book: Enriching Ocean Literacy through a multisensory approach 

    Panieri, Giuliana; Sancak Sert, Zeynep; Maric, Filip; Poto, Margherita Paola; Murray, Emily Margaret (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2024-05-23)
    This chapter outlines the development of “The Ocean Senses Activity Book” integrating a multisensory approach to ocean education for pupils and the general public. Originating from an expedition in the Arctic Ocean, the project aimed to cultivate more effective cognitive approaches to ocean literacy education and communication. It bridged the gap between scientific exploration and public engagement, ...
  • The Agenda 2030 and the Imperative for Research and Education for the Climate and the Oceans 

    Panieri, Giuliana; Poto, Margherita Paola; Murray, Emily Margaret (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2024-05-23)
    This chapter sets the scene and provides background information regarding the primary objective of the book: to contribute to the knowledge base for climate education and research, with a specific focus on the oceans and water. Within this framework, the chapter situates educational and research strategies that specifically focus on ocean literacy, developed and coordinated by the authors over the ...
  • Connecting with The Deep: Lifelong Learning (LLL) and Marine Sustainability 

    Johansen, Caroline; Williams, Rhianon; Xylouri, Ourania; Panieri, Giuliana (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2024-05-23)
    This chapter frames marine sustainability within ongoing global and regional initiatives in lifelong learning and adult education. The authors of this chapter argue that to achieve the ambitious targets set out in the SDGs, our adult population must be able to recognise, engage with, and act upon economic, social, and environmental challenges. The authors of this chapter present the many barriers ...
  • Universally Accessible Marine Science and Ocean Literacy for All Citizens: The Thalassophile Project 

    Pandeva, Rada; Johansen, Caroline; Williams, Rhianon; Carotta, Carolina; Panieri, Giuliana (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2024-05-23)
    The Thalassophile Project is dedicated to universal accessibility in marine science and ocean literacy, with a focus on the d/Deaf and visually impaired communities. By emphasising accessibility, and illustrating how theory is put into practice, the project brings together a network of cross-sector practitioners, combining marine research, education, and universal accessibility expertise. In this ...
  • The Ocean Incubator Network (OIN) Living Laboratory and Ocean Literacy Toolkit 

    Poto, Margherita Paola; Vita, Laura; Brown, Katrina; Hayden-Nygren, Juliana; Heinrich, Katharina; Hernández Ant, Alba; Kuhn, Annegret; Montaña Monoga, Ana Maria; Murray, Emily Margaret; Pandeva, Rada; Panieri, Giuliana; Parry, Sarah; Peftieva, Olena; Prior, Tahnee Lisa; Quist, Sofie Elise (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2024-05-27)
    The report documents the experience and knowledge gained during the Ocean Incubator Network workshop on Ocean Literacy, led by Margherita Paola Poto and Laura Vita. The event was held at the Arctic House in Copenhagen and funded by UArctic UiT, The Arctic University of Norway, over May 2-4, 2024. The workshop was organized as a dynamic living laboratory facilitating active participation and contribution ...

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