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Small electrical shocks give healthier brains

Controversial electrotherapy has been replaced with small electrical impulses to the brain. This can help patients with depression, stroke and brain tumours.

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Prime minister to speak at SDG conference

Prime Minister Erna Solberg is one of the key note speakers at the Sustainable Development Goals conference at the University of Bergen, 8-9 February, 2018.

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Research for the worst off in the labour market

Georg Picot has long done research on temporary employment. For his next project he wants to study low-wage employment and how the state influences wages.

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New Career Development Program helps young researchers succeed

- If you want to build a research career, it's not enough to be highly skilled or to have a great talent, says UiB's Pro-Rector Margareth Hagen.

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Building momentum

The kick-off meeting for the career development program Momentum at the University of Bergen took place November 7.

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Annual influenza vaccination does not prevent natural immunity

A recent study shows that there are no negative effects from having annual influenza vaccination.

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Rewarded for her Snapchat Research Stories

Professor Jill Walker Rettberg studies how humans use technology and what it means to us as a culture.

Media City Bergen

– An arena of possibilities!

The University of Bergen and other media cluster companies signed for the takeover of Media City Bergen on August 1st.