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In August 2014, students and researchers from Europe and North America moved the lecture hall to Greenland to learn more about climate dynamics.
Researchers at UiB and Birzeit University will study the uncontrolled urbanisation in Palestine and inform decision makers and organisations involved in urban planning on the West Bank.
Ever wondered how people figure out what is fair? Look to the brain for the answer. According to a new Norwegian brain study, people appreciate fairness in much the same way as they appreciate money for themselves, and also that fairness is not necessarily that everybody gets the same income.
The internet has changed Russia. But President Putin is tightening the grip on online freedom of expression.
The world’s 15 largest vessels pollute more than all the planet’s cars combined. UiB researchers are now at work to create engines driven by renewable energy.
Centre for Personalized Immunotherapy wants to develop personalised treatment for rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory rheumatic diseases. This will improve treatment and could save the Norwegian health care budget millions of Norwegian kroner.
Centre for Innovation and Research in Ocean Health (CIROH) wants to develop new measurement technology that provides direct monitoring of seas surrounding oil installations and fish farms in coastal areas, in order to promote immediate action.
From 2005 to 2010 the Nile Basin Research Programme made its mark internationally. Now Nile researchers at UiB and their colleagues in Africa and Norway hope for an extension to the programme.
This according to the Times Higher Education ranking, which has just been published.
A new 10 year frame agreement between Makerere University and the University of Bergen has been signed in Kampala.
Law Professor Ernst Nordtveit receives the Federal Republic of Germany’s Order of Merit for his work to strengthen cooperation on law studies between Norwegian and German universities.