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In the 2014 QS subject rankings, the University of Bergen scores most highly in the disciplines of modern language, communication & media studies, and in earth & marine sciences.
A new study looking at past climate change, asks if these changes in the future will be spasmodic and abrupt rather than bring about a more gradual increase in the temperature.
CROP Director Alberto Cimadamore believes that SANORD can be an important partner in scientifically supporting the fight against poverty in the southern parts of Africa.
One in five Norwegian laws is imposed by EU law. This is a challenge for the Norwegian Constitution, according to professor of law Jørn Øyrehagen Sunde.
This year the Holberg Lectures bring a unique team of international scholars, all Holberg Prize Laureates, to public lectures all over Norway.
Two new development programmes aim to shape policy on water management in Asia and Africa. The projects kicked off early January in Sri Lanka.