Evolutionary ecology of parasitoid richness Ny
The diversity of parasitoid wasps is overwhelming, but why do some host insect species harbour more parasitoid species than others?
Primary cilia and cellular signaling in health and disease Ny
Join our team to help discover how primary cilia control signaling and development in vertebrates, and how mutations in ciliary genes lead to human disease!
Moss-cyanobacteria associations: are they mutualists or parasites? Ny
What type of relationship do moss and colonizing cyanobacteria share? Do they benefit from growing together? Does the relationship depend on the environment?
Greenhouse gas emission from plants and soil analysed by concentration and isotope methods Ny
How will climate change and other environmental impacts affect greenhouse gas emission from mire, heath, forest or tundra ecosystems? Explore this in more detail by novel techniques using CO2 and CH4 concentration and isotopes
Intrinsically disordered proteins - ensembles, interactions and function Ny
Projects are available both at the BSc and MSc level and for ERASMUS students with a relevant biophysical background to study structure, interactions and function of IDPs
Virker erstatningsnatur efter hensigten? Ny
Mulighed for at arbejde med konkret naturforvaltning. Femern AS laver ny natur ved den nye forbindelse til Tyskland og der flere muligheder for at lave projekter om effekten af erstatningsnatur.
Salinity tolerance of the invasive Pacific oyster (Megallana gigas) Ny
The invasive Pacific oyster is present in all Danish waters – except Bornholm. The Pacific oyster is in literature known to have a salinity range of 20 - 35 ppt. However, in Denmark the oyster lives at salinities far below 20 ppt
Oxyregulation capacity (Pcrit) at different temperatures in the shrimp (Crangon crangon) Ny
Low oxygen is common in the marine environment. Knowledge on when low oxygen becomes limiting for the benthic fauna is important. Low oxygen acts in concert with temperature and this dependency is equally important to study.
Detection and functional analysis of RNA capping and oxidation Ny
Our group studies RNA based mechanisms involved in the control of cellular processes. In particular, we are interested in non-canonical RNA capping and oxidation.