Simen Sandve from CIGENE has, together with other colleagues from NMBU, published an article in Aftenposten Viten.
COVID-19 stopped the CIGENE seminar series in 2020. We are therefore very pleased that we finally can kick-off a new semester with exciting talks! Due to the pandemic, this will be a fully digital event. […]
“Research Talents for Sustainability” is a two-year scheme for 20 scientific employees at NMBU. The program aims to provide academic staff with increased opportunities to develop as researchers, supervisors and innovators. The program has a […]
Today, January 6th, Johanna Henny Wagnerberger defended her master thesis. Johanna has been a Master student at CIGENE, under the supervision of Simen Rød Sandve. Her thesis investigated the functional role of the gene abcg2b […]
Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer A. Doudna have discovered one of gene technology’s sharpest tools: the CRISPR/Cas9 genetic scissors. Using these, researchers can change the DNA of animals, plants and microorganisms with extremely high precision. This […]
Structural variants (SVs) represent an important class of genetic variants that have the potential to significantly impact the function and regulation of genes, influence phenotypic variation and cause a range of diseases. Unfortunately, SVs remain […]
Kai Fjær recently defended her thesis entitled “Whole genome sequencing with Oxford Nanopore and de novo genome assemblies of lipid-producing fungi in phylum Mucoromycota”. The focus of this work has been cultivation of 11 different […]