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Living in the city benefits the environment, says geographer Håvard Haarstad. The Ten Minute City may be the future of urban living.
The goal is to understand how the ecosystems on Earth will be affected by a future climate distinguished by more extreme weather.
In the new University of Bergen strategy, the aim is to strengthen Medieval studies in Bergen by establishing a cluster bringing together the best Medieval researchers in Western Norway.
Vivian Astrup Felde studies the relationship between pollen and plants. She looks for changes in vegetation in Norway. Her research could provide answers to what to expect of the future climate.
Around 8,000 students from around the world registered for the online course Causes of climate change. More online courses are in the works at the University of Bergen.
12 months of liquid HIV drugs for babies during breastfeeding from HIV positive mothers protects them from infection, shows a new study published in The Lancet.
For the first time, the number of UiB students taking courses abroad has passed 30 per cent. Now the university wants to increase this number to more than 40 per cent.
The Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research attends the climate conference at Makerere University in Uganda. The output from the climate conference will be presented at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris.
The University of Bergen will be coordinator for a research project mapping sponge grounds in the North Atlantic. The project, funded by Horizon 2020, is ground-breaking for the exploration of unknown deep sea habitats, with possible environmental and medicinal gains.
Strategic communication is a new course at the University of Bergen. The course aims to educate students to think strategically – both as communicators and as citizens.
The University of Bergen has been awarded the Public Procurement Award for Innovation.
Stefan Bouzarovski is a leading researcher on energy and low-carbon transitions. He has accepted a visiting professorship at the University of Bergen.
How does cancer spread? Cancer researcher Even Birkeland examines thousands of proteins to figure this out, in order to develop a better method for treatment.
From the hard sciences to law, the humanities and social sciences – here is how researchers and students at the University of Bergen work to solve the climate challenges.
World renowned researcher in computer science Michael Fellows has accepted a position at the Department of Informatics at the University of Bergen.
The Blombos Cave in South Africa has given us vast knowledge about our early ancestors. Professor Christopher Henshilwood is working to set up a museum near the archaeological site, highlighting Africa as the birthplace of mankind.