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This may contribute to the political marginalization of individuals with a strong need to be heard, according to researchers.
About half of children with celiac disease have problems with enamel damage. UiB researchers have now found that the cause is an immune reaction to one of the most common proteins in cow’s milk.
This week, the group tasked with developing future leaders in artificial intelligence gathered.
When Nagaoka University of Technology in Japan hosted a hybrid event to showcase links between science and business, UiB’s industry partner Aanderaa stepped up to the challenge. The event originated in the university’s international commitments towards Sustainable Development Goal (SDG14), Life Below Water.
Having authoritative data created by independent researchers, who have focused solely on quality, and have no commercial interests, will only become more important in the future, says professor and Academic Director of the Norwegian Citizen Panel at UiB, Elisabeth Ivarsflaten.
The Appendicularian Facility at the Michael Sars Centre at the University of Bergen is one of only four in the world. This month, guest researchers traveled from the U.S. to conduct experiments in this unique laboratory.
At this event in Brussels on 23 January 2024, researchers from the University of Bergen and NORCE presented and discussed new and pressing democracy issues with policy makers and experts from the European Commission and stakeholder organizations.
Kirstine Kolsrud has been appointed as the new director of Faculty of Social Sciences (UiB). «I look forward to leading the wonderful, competent administration at the faculty,» she says.
Critically Endangered ‘dinosaur trees’ arrive at University Gardens for international conservation effort