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Based on a unique dataset collected during a research cruise to the Irminger Sea in April 2015, a new paper, published in Nature Communications, reveals a strong link between atmospheric forcing, deep convection, ocean ventilation and anthropogenic carbon sequestration.
The sea lice cause considerable problems for the fish farming industry. Liv Sandlund’s research can make the sea lice sterile and increase the mortality rate.
Kathrine Opshaug Bakke claims that exchange is the smartest thing you can do when you are studying.
Sarah Uffelmann Szeltner has investigated the concept of grammar in Ludwig Wittgenstein´s writing. – He wrote like a poet, Szeltner says.
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.