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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.
A recent report from the University of the Arctic recognizes the University of Bergen as Norway's most influential university and a global leader in Arctic research.
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.
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.
Professor Iain George Johnston and the research team at the University of Bergen (UiB) have been instrumental in a recent study that reveals how plants protect themselves from mutational damage. The groundbreaking findings are now presented in a research article in the highly-ranked journal New Phytologist.