Close-ups

  1. Proteins are the building blocks of all living organisms. They move and change their shape constantly. PhD student Sandhya Tiwari explains how the researchers can manipultate the proteins and change their movements.
    The answers are often found in the details. Tiny objects often hold the greatest discoveries. These close-ups show a selection of the research conducted at the University of Bergen.

    Music: Jamendo – Project Divinity - Metamorphosis

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  2. The answers are often found in the details. Tiny objects often hold the greatest discoveries. These close-ups show a selection of the research conducted at the University of Bergen.
    Photo: Gunnar Bratbak.
    Translation: Sverre Ole Drønen
    Music: Jamendo – Project Divinity - Forever and Ever

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  3. By studying hand-written text fragments researchers chart the evolution of written language in Norway.

    The answers are often found in the details. Tiny objects contain the greatest discoveries. This series of close-ups show a selection of the research conducted at the University of Bergen.

    In this video Researcher Åslaug Ommundsen at the Department of Linguistic, Literary and Aesthetic Studies presents a close-up of medieval manuscripts.

    Music: Jamendo – Project Divinity - Temporal

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  4. The main source we have for information about past vegetation is found in pollen grains.

    The answers are often found in the details. Tiny objects contain the greatest discoveries. This series of close-ups show a selection of the research conducted at the University of Bergen.

    In this video Associate Professor Kari Hjelle at the University Museum of Bergen presents a close-up of a variety of pollen grain.

    Music: Jamendo – Project Divinity – Vision

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  5. Coccolithophorids are algae that produce lime and that are considered vital for storage of CO2 in the sea.
    Lime-producing algae are considered vital for storage of CO2 in the sea.

    The answers are often found in the details. Tiny objects contain the greatest discoveries. This series of close-ups show a selection of the research conducted at the University of Bergen.

    In this video Senior Researcher Mikal Heldal at the Department of Biology presents a close-up of these environmentally friendly algae.

    Music: Jamendo– Project Divinity – Celestial

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Close-ups

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The answers are often found in the details. Tiny objects often hold the greatest discoveries. These close-ups show a selection of the research conducted at the University of Bergen.

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