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The University of Bergen (UiB) is set to lead a project to scan, digitise and preserve the audio-visual archives of the Sudan Radio and Television Corporation.
Manuel Castells has been awarded the Holberg International Memorial Award for 2012, whereas Sara Hobolt of the University of Oxford receives the Nils Klim Prize for 2012.
The cleaning of the whale skeletons at the University Museum of Bergen is now finished and on 20 April the Whale Hall is open to the public again.
There is no blueprint to gauge the reactions of victims of the Utøya massacre. They should be given support and encouragement, according to a UiB researcher.
Researchers at Haukeland University Hospital and the University of Bergen have discovered a previously unknown gene defect in people with chronic diarrhoea.
The Christie conference 2012 showcases the best and most important research at UiB. At the conference, the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences will focus on energy research.
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.
The stated goal of Criminal Law is to punish the offender. But it is unfortunate that we know so little about the origins and workings of this piece of legislation.
Never before have so many doctorates been awarded at the University of Bergen. The number of international doctorates is also higher than ever before.
Thanks to MedViz research, the chances of discovering diseases early are improving. This month MedViz welcomes guests to its 6th annual conference in Bergen.
Since 1980, the sleeping habits of Norwegians have gotten worse. The Norwegians may sleep as much as they used to, but the overall sleep pattern has shifted.
Every year close to 1,000 new international students arrive in Bergen. Most arrive in the autumn, but about 250 arrive for the spring semester. Meet some of them in this video.
The Norwegian legal system is currently going through greater changes than at almost any other time in history.