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The project Meet je Stad (Measure your City), which has links to two UiB research projects, has been named the 3rd most sustainable Dutch initiative.
UiB researchers Scott Bremer and Diana Wildschut have together with Werner Krauss co-edited a special issue about narratives in the journal Climate Risk Management.
Researchers from UiB’s WAIT project have published a new book about waiting as both a social phenomenon in migration and as an analytical perspective on migration processes.
The launch at the University Aula concluded with two large panels representing the diversity of scientific milieus tackling global challenges in Bergen. Together they will work to make Bergen the place of choice for students seeking knowledge and skills to help solve global challenges.
Northern European Reformations. Transnational Perspectives. Edited by James E. Kelly, Henning Laugerud, Salvador Ryan.
Researchers at UiB launch a new book in connection with the completion of the MAGIC project. The publication consists of the project members’ thought-provoking and radical ideas about sustainability.
On the general meeting of the Institute for Foreign Languages on 21st October 2020, postdoctoral fellow Ida Andersen gave a presentation on her planned study associated to the CLIMLIFE project.
CNA has been applied in a study on factors influencing the implementation of a colorectal cancer screening improvement program in community health centers.
As part of our local communication and engagement work, we developed a creative exercise centered on the traditional Norwegian calendar stick, the primstav.
Laura Miles forteller om sin forskning, forskerhverdag og veien inn i forskningen.
When Wittgenstein died, he had commissioned his good friends and students Rush Rhees, Elisabeth Anscombe and Georg Henrik von Wright to publish his surviving manuscripts as they saw fit. In this book, Christian Erbacher gives us an insight into how this work ended in what we know today as the late Wittgenstein's philosophy.
In March 2020 most of the world went into lockdown as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Challenging times lay ahead for everyone, including the research community.
The hominin line shares most of its genetic makeup and a great deal of its behavioral repertoire with its closest primate relatives. At some point in the past, however, it set off on a different evolutionary trajectory, culminating in cognitive skills that are impressive both in extent and in the speed at which they have evolved. One goal of SapienCE is to shed light on when this process began... Read more
Professor emeritus at the University of Bergen, Gunnar Skirbekk, is worried about a new proposal for financing higher education institutions in Norway.
Associate professor at the University of Bergen, Henrik Berg, criticizes evidence-based practice in psychology in a new book.
The two volumes "Handbook of Hinduism in Europe" is the first academic study of Hinduism in all the countries of Europe. Knut A. Jacobsen, professor at AHKR is the editor of the volumes.

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