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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.
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.
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.
UiB researcher Brigit Kopainsky has visited African farmers to get their opinions on agriculture and climate change.
Soon you will be identified by body odour and your behaviour in public places. UiB researchers investigate the public's feelings about a higher degree of identification.
Statistically speaking, Professor of Psychology Kenneth Hugdahl should have been a drug addict. Instead, he became addicted to long jogs and research into auditory hallucinations.
The UiB brain researchers Kenneth Hugdahl and Karsten Specht recently published an article documenting proof for a generalized active network for cognitive functions of the brain.
A special gene variant may be part of the explanation for increased fat storage in half of the population. This finding may give patients new and better targeted treatments in the future.
Insects are the most successful group of organisms in the history of life. A discovery of new genes suggests why.
What is the best way to manage an ecosystem? This is one of the many questions Sigrid Eskeland Schütz deals with in her work as a professor of law.
Using a new method, researchers in Bergen discovered that so-called climate sceptics are more ambivalent about climate issues than previously assumed. Their results have now been published in Nature Climate Change.
University of Bergen researcher Steffen Leth Jørgensen has discovered a new microbe in the Mid-Atlantic Ridge between Greenland and Norway, which represents a missing link in the evolution of complex life.
Brain researcher Karsten Specht has found a new method of analysis to distinguish between stroke patients with language problem. The result may be individualised treatment for each patient.
North Europeans resisted adaption of farming and herding when these practices arrived in Europe about 8,000 years ago, according to a new study conducted by a team including Archaeology Professor Francesco d’Errico at the University of Bergen.
The new Centre on Law & Social Transformation officially opened on 22 August and is to be a dynamo for interdisciplinary research on law as an instrument of social change.
What roles do diets and genetics play in the development of obesity and diabetes?
How is earth connected to space? That is one of the questions the researchers at the Birkeland Centre for Space Science are trying to answer.
The salmon louse has become ever more resistant to drugs. The Sea Lice Research Centre in Bergen works to find new solutions to fight the louse.

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