News from ICBM

22.03.2018 – ICBM

Third Ph.D. Day at ICBM

The third ICBM Ph. D. day took place at the Wilhelmshaven site of the ICBM on 21 March. The doctoral candidates exchanged experiences and ideas and deepened contacts.more


06.03.2018 – ICBM

Reef Ecology Excursion

Eleven students are exploring Indonesian coral reefs up to 9 March, shark encounter included. Under scientific supervision of Prof. Peter Schupp, PhD student Mareen Möller (both ICBM) and Dr. Sebastian Ferse (Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine research ZMT), the students are going to learn to sharpen their scientific focus on reef ecology during two weeks on Bunaken and Bangka island.more


05.03.2018 – ICBM

To Seize the Opportunity ...

… the ICBM research group „Sea Surfaces“ currently took their remotely operated research device to sea. In August, members of the ERC grant-funded group are heading to the Arctic aboard the Swedish research ice-breaker Oden. more


01.03.2018 – ICBM

ICBM@Jacobs Career Fair 2018

ICBM Junior Scientists Coordinator Dr. Ferdinand Esser, talking to a student at the career fair.

Since 2015, the Jacobs Career Fair is being held every year at the international Jacobs University Bremen. And for the third time already ICBM Junior Scientists Coordinator Dr. Ferdinand Esser was present as well. In the Campus Center of Jacobs University, marine science institutions, such as ICBM, AWI, ZMT and MPI, presented themselves, along with established enterprises as well as startups.more


23.02.2018 – ICBM

Greenhouse Gas Carbon Dioxide Retained in Deep Southern Ocean During Last Ice Age

During the last glacial period, carbon dioxide has been "locked up" in the deep Southern Ocean. Current findings of scientists from Oldenburg and Bremerhaven, published in the recent issue of Science magazine, point at favourable conditions in the South Pacific. A team around geochemist Katharina Pahnke, who heads the Max Planck Research Group for Marine Isotope Geochemistry at the ICBM, presents evidence that during the last Ice Age the Southern Pacific must have been strongly stratified.more


14.02.2018 – ICBM

2017 best thesis award for ICBM student

Franziska Frank has recently been awarded for the best final assignment in 2017 at the graduation ceremony of the Oldenburg University, Faculty V. She did her correspondend research at the ICBM research group Planktology.more


30.01.2018 – ICBM

IYOR 2018 starts in Germany with participation of ICBM

The German branch of the 3rd International Year of the Reef (IYOR 2018) has been officially opened on 28 January in Dusseldorf, Germany during the trade fair „boot“. On this occasion, the ICBM was represented by Prof. Dr. Peter Schupp, head of the research group Environmental Biochemistry at the Institute. For several years, Schupp and his group have been investigating different aspects of reef-forming corals. more


20.12.2017 – ICBM

"A Fascinating Surface"

The recent issue of the Oldenburg University research magazine EINBLICKE informs on the research subject of ICBM scientist Oliver Wurlmore


08.12.2017 – ICBM

Simon named as new Vice President for Research and Transfer

The biologist and head of the ICBM research group Biology of Geological Processes Prof. Dr. Meinhard Simon has recently been approved as Vice President for Research and Transfer at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg.more


30.11.2017 – ICBM

Oliver Wurl receives special award for teaching

With the "Special Award for Course Evaluation", Dr. Oliver Wurl (2. from the left) from the Institute of Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM) has been honored yesterday. more


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