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The University of Bergen gathered its polar researchers for the Polar Day in September 2014. The goal of the meeting is to create a centre for polar research in Bergen.
The period for UNs Millennium Development Goals is about to expire. What should be the focus of new goals? What has proved to be a success? In a new study published in Lancet an international group of researchers suggest specific targets in addition to the broader UN health goal.
The new Nordic climate project Ice 2 Ice aims to study the rapid pace of ice melting in the Arctic. The project is supported by the European Research Council (ERC).
The University of Bergen (UiB) is the 56th most quoted university in the world, according to the new QS rankings.
The MiND project has been awarded 3.9 million Euro from the EU. MiND aims to strengthen future research in ADHD and autism. The University of Bergen will employ two PhDs as part of the project.
Does the fossil record paint an accurate picture of the history of life? Geobiologist Bjarte Hannisdal at the University of Bergen believes that fossils can tell us a lot about the evolution of life, but also about the evolution of Earth itself.
Researcher Oddrun Anita Gudbrandsen believes that fish is good for both body and soul. We put her on the spot and asked: Why should we eat more fish?