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Tre studentermedhjælpere til Centre for Online and Blended Learning på Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige fakultet, Københavns Universitet. Som studentermedhjælper hos Centre for Online and Blended Learning (COBL) bliver du en central de
MSc thesis: Corona virus and global air quality
In this project, we aim to look at the global air quality observed by Sentinel 5P satellite and compare it with the period before COVID-19 crisis and lock-downs.
Botany and molecular plant monitoring in Thy National Park
Plants, DNA and Databases in Thy National Park. Can plant identification using molecules and databases replace botanists and books? Work with dune and dune heath plants.
Flippases as potential pharmacological targets for treatment of fungal infections
Filamentous fungi can cause fatal diseases, but knowledge of the mechanisms supporting infection is limited in many cases. The project investigates some of those mechanisms.
MSc project. Molecular identification of Clover, Trifolium by DNA barcodes
Plants and Molecules. Contrast molecular and morphological identification: which works best. Work with herbarium specimens, DNA barcodes, databases, and plant keys on clowers.
Defining genetic targets for domestication of wild crops
Increasing food production despite climate change is a challenge that can be addressed by generation of new crops through domestication of resilient wild plants
Designing the superplant: increasing lipid signaling for enhanced phosphorous uptake
Millions of tonnes of phosphate fertilizers are added to farming soils every year, polluting our planet. CRISPR can be used to solve this problem by creating superplants.
MSc thesis: Applied fungus-plant-herbivore interactions in strawberry production Ny
How do beneficial fungi affect plant-herbivore interactions? And can we use these interactions for improving biological pest control?
MSc thesis/project for study of longevity of iron-biochar composite Ny
Investigate the effects of groundwater solutes on the transformation and reactivity of the iron-biochar composite.