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So-called Restorative Justice solves many crime investigations involving children and young adults. A new bill now proposes use of Restorative Justice also in more severe cases in the future.
Now in its fifth year, Bergen Summer Research School will this time focus on transnational migration. The application deadline is 15 February.
When it comes down to the Law, Norwegians are more concerned with the common good than their fellow Europeans. But are Norwegians about to become as focused on their rights as the rest of Europe?
Today, domestic violence is considered a crime. The state and the legal system increasingly intervene in matters previously considered to be private.
– Our advice to new international students at UiB is to take part in the introductory programme when they arrive in Bergen, Karine Skavhellen says.
Soon, researchers at the University of Bergen will use a PET scanner on rats and mice. A practice that could lead to improved future health for all.
Ancient Philosophy and Global Health may be two quite different subjects, but these two courses nevertheless share UiB’s Owl Award for 2012.
Science and art met on higher ground when UiB’s Department of Biology and dance company Carte Blanche got together to perform.
Researchers at the University of Bergen have discovered a new treatment for acute myeloid leukaemia.
Ideally, child care is all about the child. But in the real world, child care is quite often about the parents.
Improved quality in research and education was on the agenda when the University Board approved UiB’s budget for 2012.
Interaction and grief are the main components of a contemporary requiem performance at The Grieg Academy.
A ground breaking new method for radiation therapy is the subject of a PhD at the University of Bergen. The new method promises stronger radiation of tumours but with fewer side effects than previous treatments.
The opening of the Centre for Climate Dynamics at the Bjerknes Centre on 1 December, was another giant step forward for climate research in Bergen.
A new doctoral thesis shows that about half of the Giardia patients in Bergen have experienced long-term health disorders.
Research groups at the Uni Bjerknes Centre, Department of Earth Science and Geophysical Institute did very well in a national Norwegian evaluation of earth sciences.
A new UN report shows that the number of extreme weather events has increased, in part because of man-made climate change.
Over the last 30 years, University of Bergen researchers have increasingly been working with colleagues in the EU when publishing in scientific publications.