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How do different food production systems impact the environment? How do food choices express class difference? What problems exist in the global food systems and what causes them? These are some of the questions raised in the new course theme within the con amore-courses at the Department of Social Anthropology; The Anthropology of Food.
"We are particularly excited about providing an arena for European students to become active co-creators of their education".
How to be innovative and successful as an entrepreneur? UiB launches a new course for undergraduate students at the Faculty of Social Science in Media City Bergen.
David Carroll sued Cambridge Analytica and won. Now, the professor who made Facebook buckle visits Future Week in Bergen. He asks Norwegians to wake up.
The 14th of May was an evening filled with art and reflection at the Hordaland Art Centre. Postdoctoral researcher Siddharth Sareen invited textile artist Margrethe Brekke Kolstad and Professor of energy policy Benjamin Sovacool to discuss how art and academia can bring energy transition into the public debate.
UiB shows media technology of the future in an open Media City Bergen
Hannah Pilgrim studies M.Sc. in Geographie at the University of Bonn. This semester she continued her geography studies as an exchange student in Bergen.
Fifteen students from across the University of Bergen are now working on their final assignments following ten intensive days of teaching.
Call is out for DIGSSCORE scholarships for master students at the University of Bergen, for students interested in using data from the DIGSSCORE facilities.
Using data from survey experiments in Norway, Sweden and Britain, this recent article, published in Comparative Political Studies, studies public support for religious schools.
Chr. Michelsen Institute and the University of Bergen have a long-standing agreement to strengthen development-related research in Bergen. We now invite applications for collaboration between our two institutions. Deadline 14 June, 2019.
Would you like to take all your monitors and screens with you inside your glasses? Or perhaps have your interview automatically transcribed? These students are developing technological prototypes that might prove useful for media people.
Faceless robots are moving into our living rooms. They are clever, but not necessarily nice.
– The UK is heading towards very uncertain times. It is hard to push the scientific borders when you feel that you are under siege, says Adriana Bunea. The former lecturer at The University of Southampton made a swift exit from Brexit and brought a prestigious grant to Bergen.
A recent article in Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, using data from the Norwegian Citizen Panel and the Citizen Lab, finds that a substantial minority in seven experiments with 3,500 participants overall, decided to receive less over more money. This result may compromise the interpretation of many experiments.
Lægreid, Wynen, Kleizen, Verhoeat and Rollande connects data from the Norwegian Staff Surveys and of a structural reform database in a new article in Public Management Review.
In January, the IMEX project organized an international workshop with presentations by project participants and invited guests from across Europe. The workshop fostered interesting discussions and new insights.

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