You could use these labs

Bergen University is recruiting an associate professor in palaeoecology. This is a tenured position.

Befitting our strong tradition in this field we have a good laboratory in a new building, recently equipped with new microscopes.

The microscopes are excellent.

We also have a scanning electron microscope.

Our prep room is equipped for work with hydrofluoric acid.

We have a large pollen reference collection, about 2100 species from 200 families.

And a large plant macrofossil collection.

We share these facilities with the University Museum in Bergen, and other palaeoecologists in Bergen.

Within the Department of Biology we also have access to other labs within the biodiversity laboratory, including a DNA facility.

Thanks to Arild Breistøl, one of our two lab technicians, for taking the photographs.

Remember to apply by the 4th February.


About richard telford

Ecologist with interests in quantitative methods and palaeoenvironments
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