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This autumn, The Middle Ages are truly at the centre of attention in Bergen. Wednesday 28 September starts the first lecture in a series connected to the exhibition Fragments of the past.
Many alpine plants demand gravel and talus soils where the vegetation cover is open. It is challenging, but essential to mimic their natural habitats if we want to make pioneer plants thrive in the Alpine Garden
Minister Tora Aasland handed over 10 million NOK to new infrastructure for the areas surrounding the Museum. Among other things, a greater connection between the new Aula and the Student Centre will be created.
How closely related are molluscs like clams, mussels, and squids, all from our second largest phylum? How did their shell, nervous system, body, and head develop?
Bergen museum, The Natural History Collections has been voted Best Museum in Bergen in a competition hosted by Bergens Tidende, the major regional newspaper in Western Norway.