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The bacteria that steals DNA from its surroundings

The bacteria that steals DNA from its surroundings

Imagine that you easily and elegantly obtained the DNA from your surroundings that enabled you to grow wings. This is possible. Not for we humans, but for Streptococcus pneumoniae.

Memorial ceremony for Kenya massacre

Memorial ceremony for Kenya massacre

"An attack on a university is an attack on all of us," NMBU's Rector said after a commemoration for the victims of last week’s deadly terrorist attack on a university in Kenya.

From aquatic nuisance to terrestrial blessing

From aquatic nuisance to terrestrial blessing

Phosphorus is an essential nutrient in all plant production, but phosphorus reserves are now being depleted at an ever quicker rate. This is a threat to food safety.

NMBU to coordinate EU-funded research project on policing post-conflict areas

NMBU to coordinate EU-funded research project on policing post-conflict areas

NMBU-coordinated research on police reform in post-conflict areas such as Afghanistan receives Horizon 2020 funding from the EU.

Jam making the Norwegian-Bosnian way

Jam making the Norwegian-Bosnian way

Did you know that jam and biscuit making can lead to a PhD?

Conference: PlantBio 2014

Conference: PlantBio 2014

The Norwegian PlantBio 2014 Conference takes place on 3 - 4 November 2014, at Quality Airport Hotel Gardermoen, Norway

Enzyme discovery offers hope of a new generation of antibiotics

Enzyme discovery offers hope of a new generation of antibiotics

Antibiotic resistance is one of our time's gravest threats. New research on cell division offers hope of developing a new generation of antibiotics that can meet the challenge.

NMBU and the National Budget

NMBU and the National Budget

NMBU sees the introduction of a student fee for students outside of the EU as proposed in the National Budget, as an unfortunate development.

Healthy Eating after 60

Healthy Eating after 60

A miniseminar on food, nutrition and healthy agening.

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