Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment

The Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM) is an interdisciplinary Institute at the University of Oldenburg with locations in Oldenburg and Wilhelmshaven. It is the only university institute in Lower Saxony that covers broad areas of marine sciences, both in research and in teaching. Currently,  26 working groups of various scientific disciplines - including biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics and engineering - belong to the institute. ICBM operates the coastal observatory Spiekeroog and is the home institute of the research vessel SONNE.

News

Luisa Fischer explored the Taroko National Park in eastern Taiwan on an excursion. Lusia Fischer
Marine Science Studium

Travelling by Dutch bike in Taiwan

The ICBM's curriculum includes the Bachelor's degree programme in Environmental Sciences. Luisa Fischer, a student on this programme, is currently…

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Adenike Adenaya, doctoral candidate at the Institute of Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment, has been awarded the DAAD Prize for outstanding achievements by international students for the year 2023. [Phto: University of Oldenburg / Daniel Schmidt].
Marine Science Personalia

An inspiring personality

Doctoral candidate Adenike Adenaya has been awarded the DAAD prize for outstanding achievements by international students for the year 2023. Besides…

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Marine Science Forschung

Christmas in the Antarctic

Lina Aleke Holthusen and Jens Meyerjürgens from the ICBM will be on an expedition to the Antarctic over Christmas. They will be investigating exchange…

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The guest, representatives of the ICBM Board of Directors and the presented projects (from left): Claudia Thölen (Gute Küste), Lars Meyer-Hagg (MATE), Prof. Dr. Katharina Pahnke (Deputy Director ICBM), Dr. Helge-Ansgar Giebel (Gute Küste), Dr Björn Thümler (Member of the Lower Saxony Parliament), Prof. Dr Ralf Rabus (Director ICBM), Prof. Dr Oliver Wurl (BASS, MATE), Dr Thomas Badewien (ZfMarS, MATE)[Photo: S.Riexinger].
Marine Science Kontakte

Former Minister visits ZfMarS

On 20 October, Björn Thümler, Member of the State Parliament, visited the Centre for Marine Sensors (ZfMarS), which is part of the ICBM, at the…

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Events

News from DAM

Pilot missions of the DAM to study impact of bottom trawling on marine protected areas in the North Sea and Baltic Sea

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ICBM Time Series Station

Cooperations

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