BIO299 vår 2020


Blog post 4/4 I did it; I managed to create an archive. This week I will deliver the final rapport of my project. It has been 200, very educating hours. It feels good to finally be finished and go on to exam preparations in my other courses. The archive is […]

Finished the bibliome


Blog post 3/4 Last week I participated in my first ever poster session. As I’m a person who loves arts and crafts in addition to science, I was especially intrigued by the idea of using poster as a way to communicate scientific ideas and statements. It may seem as an […]

My first poster session


Blog post 2/4 I have now spent 100 hours working on the project, and I must admit that its been frustrating at times. In February, around the same time as the seminar, proved to be particularly challenging. The hours spent cursing at PubMed’s finicky MESH-terms , gradually turned more light-hearted. […]

Finally figuring out stuff :)



Blog post 1/4 My name is Nele, and I’m a third year student of bachelor in biology. This semester, I’m taking the course “Research Practice in Biology (BIO299). The dCod 1.0 research project: Decoding the systems toxicology of Atlantic cod is an interdisciplinary collaboration between environmental toxicologists, biologists, mathematicians and […]

Ready for my BIO299 project!