Biomaterials winter seminar in Drøbak

Department of Biomaterials retreated to the peace and quiet of Drøbak to learn about the goings-on in all of our research projects 

Deparment of Biomaterials at our winter retreat in Drøbak.

Department of Biomaterials spent a sunny early winter's day at Tollboden, a former customs office turned in to biological research station in Drøbak. The purpose of our little day trip was to give us all a chance to get updated on the latest developments in our various projects, and to give our researchers a chance to discuss their projects with their fellow researchers at the Biomaterials lab.

All scientific staff at the department had a chance to presented their latest research results and get constructive feedback from the rest of the research group. As is typical to us scientists, the discussion that followed the presentations did not end until long after the traditional 'julebord'. 

David Wiedmer started the day dramatically with his talk on dark catalysis.
The research station in Drøbak is a very familiar place to Elisabeth, who did her Master's thesis on sticklebacks.
Even our master students were given a chance to tell us about the fruits of their labour. Pawel was particularly proud of his skills in buffer making...


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