2015.02.08 | Center for Geomicrobiology

New Next Generation Sequencing facility at Microbiology

2015.02.02 | Center for Geomicrobiology

New Master student: Signe B. Nielsen

2014.07.10 | Center for Geomicrobiology

AURORA's maiden voyage

Tuesday, June 10 Aurora departed for its maiden voyage from the port of Aarhus with direct course towards the port of Allinge, Bornholm. On board were among others researchers from the Center for Geomicrobiology.

2014.04.25 | Center for Geomicrobiology

AURORA Aarhus University’s new research vessel

AURORA is the first Danish research vessel to be built for more than thirty years and she opens up for a new world of opportunities for Danish marine research.

2014.04.07 | Center for Geomicrobiology, People

NEW POSTDOC: Karen Marie Hilligsøe

Karen Marie Hilligsøe joined the center Marts 15

2014.03.06 | Center for Geomicrobiology

IODP 347 Baltic Sea Expedition 2013 video on YouTube

Follow science and life on board Greatship Manisha

2014.02.19 | Center for Geomicrobiology

The Baltic Sea at heart

A reportage from MARUM where researchers analyze more than 1.600 metres of sediment cores from the Baltic Sea.

2014.02.18 | Center for Geomicrobiology

Bo Barker Jørgensen on German Television

On February 13. Bo Barker Jørgensen was on the programme Tagesschau at the TV station Das Erste talking about the IODP Expedition 347 Offshore Science Party in Bremen.

2014.02.17 | Center for Geomicrobiology

Research Highlights in Nature Reviews Microbiology

Sheilagh Molly has written a Research Highlights article in Nature Reviews on the publication "Sucession of cable bacteria and electric currents in Marine sediment" from the Center.

Drill sites of Expedition 347. Copyright IODP

2014.02.14 | Center for Geomicrobiology

First Results of the IODP Baltic Sea Expedition

Last fall, an international team of researchers launched a drilling expedition to the Baltic Sea collecting 1.623 metres of sediment cores drilled at 8 different sites in water-depths between 23 and 437 metres. The sediment samples are now analyzed at MARUM in Bremen revealing a lot about the climate history of the Baltic Sea. Among others…

Bremen in Germany is one of the three places in the world where researchers store mud cores from their expeditions. Here there are 220,000 tubes with approximately 151 kilometres of seabed mud cores from 86 different expeditions. Cores from the Baltic Sea expedition will also end up here so that research groups all over the world can get access to them. Photo: Copyright: MARUM, University of Bremen.
Map of the Baltic Sea with the the expedition's route and seven drillsites. Copyright: ECORD

2014.02.01 | Center for Geomicrobiology, Events

The Onshore Baltic Sea Science Party Has Gathered In Bremen

From September 13 – November 1 last year the Center for Geomicrobiology participated in the IODP Baltic Sea Paleo Expedition 347 where scientists collected more than 1600 meters of sediment core material and thousands of pore water samples.

2014.01.23 | Center for Geomicrobiology, Awards

Research on archaeal protein degradation from the Center for Geomicrobiology named “Videnskabens top 5”

The research results on archaeal protein degradation revealed in the renowned journal Nature in Marts 2013 has by the Danish magazine Ingenøren been named the Top Five Danish Science Result of the Year (2013).

Porewater is extracted from the sediment core using Rhizon samples inserted at discrete depth intervals.

2014.01.15 | Center for Geomicrobiology, Course

Call for applications for PhD course in Benthic Research at Sea

Ph.D. course on sedimentary biology, geochemistry and geology

2014.01.13 | Center for Geomicrobiology


Antje Gittel joined the Center January 1

2013.12.01 | Center for Geomicrobiology


Tim joined the Center November 1 2013

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