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A new wave of filmmakers seem to get satisfaction from making the audience turn their eyes away from the screen in disgust. How do we interpret the art cinema of the last decade?
The quality of the learning process and more international exchange is top of the agenda in UiB’s Education strategy for 2012.
What can scientists from a small nation do about climate change, poverty and global health issues? The world’s big challenges are the common thread at the Christie Conference 2012.
This year marks the bicentennial of the birth of Charles Dickens. The University Library owns one of Scandinavia’s finest collections of the author’s works.
According to an international ranking, the Centre for International Health is one of the world’s most influential health policy think tanks.
To fully participate in the business world of tomorrow, knowledge of language and culture needs to move beyond English.