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  • Meet Randy Dumas, a physics researcher at the University of Gothenburg

    The Faculty of Science is producing short films in which our employees share their experiences. This is about Randy Dumas, physics researcher in materials science.

  • The sea is best studied beside the sea - and at sea.

    Join thirteen students on a marine programme out in Gullmarsfjorden in Bohuslän when they go off on their first field excursion.

    The sea is best studied beside the sea - and at sea.
  • Research vessel takes shape

    A major step towards a complete research vessel has now been taken when ship parts to the new Skagerak is being put together. This autumn the research vessel will be completed at Nauta Ship Repair Yard in Gdansk.

The Faculty of Science

The Faculty of Science includes all the major subject areas in the fields of mathematics and natural sciences. With 6 500 students and 730 employees it is the second largest Faculty at the University of Gothenburg.

Plants survive better through mass extinctions than animals

[FEB 16, 2015] At least 5 mass extinction events have profoundly changed the history of life on Earth. But a new study led by researchers at the University of Gothenburg shows that plants have been very resilient to those events.

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Doctoral studies

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R/V Skagerak 2015

University of Gothenburg has ordered a new research vessel.

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