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A research project looking at how to achieve more equal health distribution on a global basis has received a grant from Worldwide Universities Network.
The sixth Bergen Summer Research School will focus on food as a global development challenge.
A three-year old child is at increased risk of emotional problems if its father had mental health issues during the pregnancy.
Professor Terje Tvedt has studied the River Nile for 30 years. His extensive research reaches its conclusion in an epic book that has been lauded by Norwegian critics.
Women accounted for 53 per cent of the PhDs at the University of Bergen last year.
At the new Service centre for International Mobility at UiB staff will be on hand to help non-Norwegian staff with relocation issues. The centre is now open.
Creating transdisciplinary dialogue between academia and experts from outside will help in the work to achieve the United Nation’s millennium development goals.
When the diagnostic thresholds are lowered, being normal ends up being as unachievable as the supermodel on the catwalk, according to Lars Fredrik Svendsen, who is a professor of philosophy at the University of Bergen.