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The University of Bergen is taking another step into the digital world, creating a more open and efficient university.
Humans living in South Africa in the Middle Stone Age used advanced heating techniques that vastly improved living conditions during the era.
Andrea Bender combines psychology and anthropology to observe how our language and culture shape the way we perceive the world.
Knut Martin Tande at the Faculty of Law bought some trainers and sped up the pace of digitalisation. Now he and the academic leadership of the faculty have received the Learning Environment Award for 2016.
Norwegian nurses experience less bullying than nurses in other countries, but those who are bullied and confront bullies are prone to anxiety.
Centre for International Health has played a vital role to Zambia’s first School of Public Health, through a long-term academic partnership with the University of Zambia.
The University of Bergen has received an “Excellent International Student Satisfaction Award”.
Martin Møller Greve is researching nanotechnology. He aims to create super-efficient solar cells.
Researchers at the University of Bergen have discovered that a drug against kidney cancer possibly can fight several types of cancer.
The American documentary feature Monster in the Mind is the winner of the Golden Owl Prize 2016, an annual science documentary film award.
If you survive cancer at young age, then you have a higher risk of becoming unemployed and economically dependent than others, a Norwegian study shows.
A Norwegian study shows that asthma is three times more common in those who had a fAnchorather who smoked in adolescence than offspring who didn’t.
In Norway highly educated Spanish migrants get an opportunity to combine family life and work, something which is very difficult to obtain in Spain. As a consequence they do not want to return to their home country.
When Kristian Ytre-Hauge worked on his master’s thesis, he never dreamed of being one of those bringing the technology to Bergen.
More and more of our lives are moved online: our money, our personal information and our social life are entrusted to the algorithms and safety measures of companies and institutions. Should we trust them?
Law researcher Małgorzata A. Cyndecka has clarified the EU’s rules for government subsidy in a new book. Her work will be of great use for politicians and bureaucrats in their day-to-day work.