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The Bergen Summer Research School 2014 took place in June-July. This year the focus was on Governance to Meet Global Development Challenges.
On 24 January 2014 the Centre for Geobiology laid the cornerstone for a new marine research centre at the University of Bergen.
Speaking on behalf of the new PhDs, Ingrid Birce Müftüoglu reminded the audience that research can be both the cause and the solution to the world’s problems.
In 2013 there were more women PhD graduates at the University of Bergen than ever before. A total of 265 new PhDs graduated, of which 140 were women.
By using old records kept by the ancient Romans and medieval Italian monks, a team of geologists have brought to light the roots of earthquake-prone faults.
It is now 200 years since the Norwegian Constitution was adopted at Eidsvoll in 1814. UiB celebrates the anniversary with publications, seminars, conferences, gala performances and exhibitions.
Sleep is the brother of death, according to Homer. But the fact is that you become depressed, unfocused and fall ill if you don’t get enough sleep.