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The use of microbubbles nearly doubles the survival time of patients with pancreatic cancer, a new Norwegian clinical trial shows. This is the first time this technique is used to treat patients.
Researchers in Bergen have discovered mutations that may lead to new treatment against endometrial cancer within the uterus. The results are published in Nature Genetics.
The sun shone as 5,000 new students were welcomed to the University of Bergen in autumn 2016. Students from more than 100 countries are among the new faces.
The Norwegian Parliament founded the University of Bergen in 1946. The event will be marked at the semester start ceremony.
The University of Bergen is ranked among the 201 – 300 best universities of the world in this year’s Shanghai ranking.
Fast-breeding fish may be an important tool in the fight against malnourishment in the poorest parts of the world, a UN report concludes. Professor of Biology, Jeppe Kolding, is lead author of the study.
Climate change was less important for technological innovation among Stone Age humans than previously assumed.
In a proposed new research centre, geologists and meteorologists have found common ground to discover the connection between the climate and tectonic movements.
New observations recently published in Nature Communications show that warm deep water also reaches the large Filchner ice shelf in the southern Weddell Sea.
As rectors of Norwegian universities and university colleges – all members of EUA – we have been following the recent developments for the higher education sector in Turkey with great concern.
Do you want your science to be more visible in Brussels? Then you should get in touch with Kristof Vlaeminck. Meet the University of Bergen’s man in Brussels.
The University of Bergen uses drone experiments to help educate tomorrow’s media workers.
She was the girl who always finished her maths book in August, before the first month of the school year was even over. Today, Katrine Vellesen Løken is the youngest ever female professor of economics in Norway.
The magazine gives you a small taste of UiB´s academic activities: from researchers rewriting the evolutionary history to the mechanisms behind anger. Read all the articles from the UiB Magazine here.
Jeroen van der Sluijs studies the use of scientific facts in policy making. He is now in the final round in the competition of becoming a Norwegian Centre of Excellence (SFF).
An organized terror attack will have greater impact in a country like Norway than in a country like Israel. This has been shown in a new study at the University of Bergen.
Ten law students from Bergen are in China this month in order to learn more about Chinese law and legal culture.
The ninth Bergen Summer Research School 2016 kicks off Monday June 13 at Dragefjellet. World leading researchers and over one hundred PhD candidates from 40 countries will spend two weeks immersed in global challenges – this year related to water.

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