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A new study in Nature Communications shows that storm tracks were located further to the south of Europe during the last ice age, 25,000 years ago.
The author Michael Pye believes that the North Sea was the foundation for the history of Northern Europe's civilisation. On 29 April he will open the Christie Conference 2015 in Bergen.
Researchers in Bergen want to vaccinate lumpfish that eat salmon lice. The hope is that the healthy immune defence system of the lumpfish can replace the use of chemicals in the fight against sea lice.
“I remember the feeling I had when I first heard about Ebola. We didn't know what it was, but the fear crept up on us. Then my colleagues began to die,” says Samuel Okware, a recent PhD graduate at the University of Bergen.
Katrine Vellesen Løken (31) from the Department of Economics at the University of Bergen is now the youngest female Professor in Economics in Norway ever.
Evolutionary development biologist Andreas H. Hejnol of the Sars Centre in Bergen has been given a grant of 2 million Euros from the European Research Council (ERC) to reconstruct parts of the evolutionary history of Earth’s species.
Internationalisation and the research community were praised at what may have been the last ever doctor promotion event at Håkon’s Hall.