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Ocean, Life and Society are the central themes of the University of Bergen’s new strategy.
The new research school NORBIS aims to improve the PhD training in bioinformatics and biostatistics. Improved methods to gain more biological insight into the growing amount of biological data is the goal of the project.
The use of anabolic steroids has been linked to both violent aggression and suicide. In Dominic Sagoe's PhD the use of the dangerous drug has been mapped worldwide for the first time.
Some see red, some curse, some turn to violence and others pretend to be unperturbed. But why do we get so angry?
Since 1995, the Nordic Centre in Fudan has done important work in organising cooperation and exchange of knowledge between Nordic and Chinese researchers and students, says Vice-Rector for International Affairs at UiB, Anne Christine Johannessen.
Researcher Maja Janmyr works to ensure that the human rights of refugees are protected in the best possible manner. This autumn, she has been following the situation from Lebanon.
Aurelia Lewis receives the Lecturer Prize 2014/15 at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.
UiB researcher Brigit Kopainsky has visited African farmers to get their opinions on agriculture and climate change.
Two articles featuring researchers at the Department of Clinical Medicine at the University of Bergen were included when The Lancet recently published its 10 000th anniversary issue.
Rector Dag Rune Olsen looks forward to cooperating with Sissel Rogne on the Bergen marine research cluster.
Hans Jørgen Gåsemyr has examined more than 2,000 NGOs, to explore the possibilities and limitations for this type of activity in today's China.
A playwright, a world renowned academic, a patron of science and a former American Vice President are conferred as the four new honorary doctorates at the University of Bergen.
Digital commitment on interdisciplinary projects aims to break down institutional borders
At the Centre for Cancer Biomarkers, future cancer researchers meet internationally renowned researchers as part of the education.
An expert evaluation team has found that the Sea Lice Research Centre (SLRC) in Bergen is an excellent research centre with diverse expertise, enthusiastic researchers and high production levels.