News article from Ground breaking research using 150 years old blue whale sceleton

FRA VENSTRE: Tidligere overingeniør Roger Lille-Langøy og professor Anders Goksøyr ved Institutt for biovitenskap ved UiB. Foto: UiB

[Our translation]

In a  study recently published in the journal Conservation Genetics, researchers at the University of Bergen (UiB), using important samples from the University Museum in Bergen, have made startling discoveries about the blue whale’s genome (the total amount of genetic material in a cell).

Read more about the research in this news story from [Norwegian language] with links to the news story in the New York Times and podcast/interview with Mark Engstrom from the Royal Ontario Museum.

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